Sunday, November 29, 2015

Planned Parenthood and Abortion Clinics Want to Force Maine to Pay for Abortions

Abortion advocates and the ACLU are suing the state of Maine this week in an attempt to force taxpayer funding of abortion.

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Merck : Wrongful birth? Maine mother sues drug company over contraceptive

Kayla Doherty believed she was being responsible when in February 2012 she went to a government-owned medical clinic in Albion to have a long-lasting birth control device implanted in her arm.

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Family reunited after fight against child abuse charges

Congratulations to this family.  I hope the future is good to you, and I know how cold and heartless these child stealers can be.
More than a year after a Bath father was accused of abusing his infant son, he and his wife have regained custody of their children after claiming he was wrongfully accused. 
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Studying sex education standards in Maine

Teachers are getting creative when they're teaching students about sex as they try to balance state guidelines, parents opinions, and getting kids to open up.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Waterville School Board votes to dismiss Reiter



The Waterville School Board voted 6-1 to fire high school principal Don Reiter, who's accused of asking a student for sex.

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Overseas Instagram message leads to Camden middle school lockdown

An Instagram message from overseas led to a temporary lockdown and heightened security at the Camden-Rockport Middle School on Monday morning, but in the end, police and school officials said there was no threat to students.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Home schooling resources abound for Maine families

Babette Cohen-Solal, 15, may seem young to be a teacher.

But don’t tell that to the teenagers who followed her lead as she sang and signed energetically to the song “Yellow Submarine” during an American Sign Language class held at the First Baptist Church in Belfast.

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Monday, November 9, 2015

At least 15 students punished after a week-long sexting contest was discovered at a Catholic high school

Students at a Catholic high school in Maine were punished after officials discovered that boys were competing to collect the most sexual photos of teenage girls in a week.

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Monday, November 2, 2015

Maine ranked one of the best in nation for rules limiting student restraints

It gave Maine one of the highest scores in the country for the following:

  • its comprehensive level of regulations,
  • its limiting of restraints and seclusion to emergencies that involve potential harm to students or others,
  • its requirement that parents be notified every time children are subject to restraints or seclusions,
  • its prohibition of restraints that restrict breathing, and
  • its prohibition of mechanical restraints like straps, handcuffs and bungee cords.

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Sunday, November 1, 2015

OUR OPINION: In Maine and elsewhere, poor students being left behind

A college education has never been more valuable or necessary, and the link between early childhood education and later academic achievement has now been firmly established.

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