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Maine Policy Review publishes timely, independent, peer-reviewed analysis of public policy issues relevant to the state of Maine. The journal is published two times per year by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine. It is intended for a diverse audience, including state policymakers; government, business, and nonprofit leaders; students; and general readers with a broad interest in public policy.

Current Issue: Volume 27, Issue 1 (2018) Leadership

Front Matter

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Introduction
Linda Silka

Essays

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Why Leadership Matters
Susan J. Hunter

Articles

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Incubating Leaders in Maine
Joseph W. McDonnell

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Leadership, Inside and Out
Deirdre McCarthy Gallagher and Joseph Shaffner

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The Adaptive Challenges of Leadership in Maine Schools
Richard Ackerman, Ian Mette, and Catharine Biddle

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The Power of Invitation: Teacher Leaders as Agents of Change
Bill Zoellick, Molly Meserve Auclair, and Sarah L. Kirn

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Investing in Teachers’ Leadership Capacity: A Model from STEM Education
Susan R. McKay, Laura Millay, Erika Allison, Elizabeth Byerssmall, Michael C. Wittmann, Mickie Flores, Jim Fratini, Bob Kumpa, Cynthia Lambert, Eric A. Pandiscio, and Michelle K. Smith

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Our Path: Empower Maine Women Network and Leadership
Mufalo Chitam, Parivash Rohani, Laura de Does, Ghomri Rostampour, Oyinloluwa Fasehun, Bethany Smart, and Jan Morrill

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Collaborative Leadership Is Key for Maine’s Forest Products Industry
Brooke S. MacDonald, Lydia R. Horne, Sandra De Urioste-Stone, Jane E. Haskell, and Aaron Weiskittel

Roundtable/Group Interview

Interview

Commentaries

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Leadership as Partnership
Karen H. Bieluch

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Leading by Example
Yellow Light Breen, Jennifer Hutchins, and Marcia Sharp