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NBC4 Los Angeles cites hazing study

NBC4 Los Angeles included research from a 2008 University of Maine study in a report about a woman’s vow to change college culture 12 years after her son died in a fraternity hazing ritual in Chico, California.

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Logue cited in Morning Sentinel article about Head Start

Mary Ellin Logue, an associate professor of early childhood education at the University of Maine, was cited in a Morning Sentinel/Kennebec Journal article about a proposed $1.8 million budget cut that would have would have eliminated 83 slots statewide in the Early Head Start program.

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Maine Schools in Focus: Innovation to Meet Standards

By nature, new curriculum standards such as Common Core or the Next Generation Science Standards have the appearance of being well established ideas for education. Often, however, standards are more visionary, projecting past what is now achievable to what could be achieved in future.

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