Land-Grant University education deans and faculty from the six New England states are working toward becoming a collective and influential regional voice for educational policy and reform. They took the first step Feb. 6-7 when they joined forces to deliberate and consider a regional response to some of the most crucial issues confronting early childhood and K-12 education. In the process, they discovered much about the differences, similarities and potential for cooperation among their various institutions in the nation's most historic, compact and fiercely independent region.
Hyatt, Kay, "New England Land-Grant Universities Consider Stronger Voice for Education, Equity through Regional Collaboration" (1998). General University of Maine Publications. 1809.
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