In recent years, a sad trend has come to emerge with education reform in Maine: A governor proposes a single reform, it gets watered down by a risk-averse Legislature at the behest of special interests, and then the issue is ignored until the next idea is introduced. Once policies are passed, there’s relatively little future […]
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