Wednesday, 15 March 2017 12:07

A celebration of all things science

The Maine Science Festival set to mark its third year

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 11:27

Some elementary schools saying goodbye to homework

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. Guess what, kids? No homework. Really. All year.

Published in Livin'

PHILADELPHIA Paper? Pencils? Laptops? Robots? Teachers are increasingly relying on crowdfunding efforts to stock their classrooms with both the mundane and sometimes big-ticket items.

Published in Style

PORTLAND - Educate Maine has announced their 2016 Maine County Teachers of the Year.

Published in Livin'

MACHIAS - The University of Maine at Machias and the University of Maine at Fort Kent are piloting a new, online Early College partnership. The two campuses will now collaborate to expand the number of course choices for Early College students throughout the State of Maine.

Published in Press Releases

AUGUSTA The Maine Arts Commission and the Maine Department of Education, in partnership with the First Lady of Maine, Ann LePage, are proud to announce the second of this year's celebratory events in Maine's state capitol for student excellence in visual and performing arts.

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 11:58

Is algebra an unnecessary stumbling block?

NEW YORK Who needs algebra?

Published in Style
Wednesday, 06 March 2013 16:16

Saving for education

You've got a young and growing family and wonder about saving for your precious one's college education. I mean, she can be whatever she wants to be, so long as she's happy, right? If that means a post-secondary education, are you thinking of helping with the costs? How do you save, and what vehicle might be good for your family?

Published in Money
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 14:17

Training our citizen soldiers

The Maine Regional Training Institute

BANGOR There's a new training space for Maine's National Guard tucked away on Hildreth Street. Many wouldn't even know that a new 105,849 square-foot state-of-the-art facility even exists. But it does, and members of the National Guard from across the country are making use of the training offered there.

Officially called the 240th Regiment Regional Training Institute (RTI), it is the primary military training site for military personnel in the state. And they don't use the term 'state of the art' lightly. The campus offers something called 'flexible training space,' which allows the classrooms to be adapted to suit various applications.

Published in Biz
Thursday, 13 October 2011 09:18

The more you know...

Published in The Wrath of Grapes


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