According to the personal-finance website, WalletHub, Maine's school system is not as bad as we seem to hear about. They conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017's states with the 'Best & Worst School Systems,' and Maine came in 10th.
WalletHub’s analysts compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 21 different key measures of quality and safety. Th...
The website Niche.com has complied their list of the '2016 Best School Districts In Maine'. The make their rankings they used a formula of the strength of academics, quality of teachers, school resources, the quality of student life, as well as student and parent reviews, in an attempt to measure the overall excellence of the district.
This fall weather has been great, but we ALL know….WINTER IS COMING. Ya.. that means we are going to have a few snow days. Lots of places like Augusta has its own school district. But other places are part of RSUs and SADs and AOSs or School Unions. What is yours? Check out our list!
The countdown to back to school is on, you see and hear all of the ads for back to school shopping and many schools will welcome back the kids and teachers in about one month. Good news for Maine kids and parents, Maine's school system has been ranked as one of the best in the country.
Sherry McArthur, a former Augusta crossing guard doesn't care that she's no longer getting paid to keep kids safe. She says she has a responsibility to the students and their parents and so she's going to continue showing up for work.
Schools in RSU 19, which is composed of Corinna, Dixmont, Etna, Hartland, Newport, Palmyra, Plymouth and St. Albans have been on alert all day today (Nov. 15) after a caller to the Walmart in Palmyra said he needed a gun "for school."
David Fabrizio, the principal at Ipswich Middle School (Massachusetts) is being criticized for canceling 'Honors Night' at the school. He told MyFoxBoston.com that the evening could be "devastating to a child who has worked extremely hard in a difficult class but who, despite growth, has not been able to maintain a high grade-point average."
Parents were scared as word spread about a lockdown at Mill Stream Elementary School in Norridgewock, Monday March 4th. Over 100 parents crowded around a police perimeter and waited to hear news from inside the school.