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Blended Learning: Nexus Academy of Indianapolis (Case Study 3)

In the Midwestern United States, one charter school’s approach to blended learning was ambitious right from the start. The first five Nexus Academy schools – three in Ohio (Cleveland, Columbus, and Toledo) and two in Michigan (Lansing and Grand Rapids) […]

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IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776… A DECLARATION

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America,

When in the Course of human events, it becomes

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Release: U.S. Court Of Appeals Rules Public Pension Reforms Enacted Under LePage Constitutional

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2014

U.S. Court Of Appeals Rules Public Pension Reforms Enacted Under LePage Constitutional

BOSTON – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First

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Blended Learning: Rocky Mountain Prep (Case Study 2)

In southeast Denver, Colorado, one young public charter school is using blended learning to serve at-risk elementary school children – and it is generating some impressive

The Honorable H. Sawin Millett, Jr.
Former Commissioner
Administrative and Financial Services, State of Maine

Advisory: Longley to LePage – An Insider’s Take on Maine’s Budget Process

PORTLAND – The Honorable H. Sawin Millett, Jr. will join The Maine Heritage Policy Center to share his take, as an expert and former insider,

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Longley to LePage: An Insider’s Take on Maine’s Budget Process

Every year, Maine state government spends more than $3 billion, and the biannual negotiation over the state's budget is one of the most important -- and

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Blended Learning: Leveraging teachers and technology to improve student outcomes (Case Study 1)

Technology has become a vital part of American life. Combined with the Internet, innovative new technologies bring the information of the world into the palm of

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The Dirt in Maine’s Clean Energy Schemes

Maine is among the cleanest states in the nation when it comes to electricity generation. However, we are also among the most expensive states

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Release: Moody to Step Down from MHPC for National Role

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 18, 2014

Moody to Step Down from MHPC for National Role

PORTLAND, Maine – J. Scott Moody, CEO of The Maine

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Repeal Maine’s Tax Cap On Charitable Giving

During late night budget negotiations last year, the legislature instituted a cap on all itemized deductions including the charitable giving deduction. Since there were no corresponding reductions in