School boards make decisions that greatly influence the education students receive, yet some school board members know very little about curriculum, brain research, child development, or what is going on state-wide, nationally, or internationally in schools. In Maine we value local control of our schools and we are reluctant to cede decision-making authority to bureaucrats. […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
Is age an issue in the 2020 presidential campaign?
Rural economic growth starts in Maine's cities