Thursday, February 8, 2018

4 lessons from a look at the pressing challenges facing Maine’s schools

Maine’s schools are shrinking, their academic performance hasn’t improved substantially in years even as it has in other states, and an achievement gap persists between low-income students and their higher-income peers.

There are pressing challenges in Maine’s education system: Schools are educating an increasingly low-income student body, many rural schools that have seen their enrollment drop over the years are struggling to pay for a decent education for the students who remain, and Maine schools often have trouble recruiting strong school leaders who can guide their improvement.

More >> 4 lessons from a look at the pressing challenges facing Maine’s schools

No comments:

Post a Comment