The Maine Association for Middle Level Education (MAMLE) honored exemplary educators at its 2000 Annual Conference, held October 19-20 at Sugarloaf USA. This year's recognition ceremony was highlighted by the presentation of a brand new award, the Friends of Middle Level Education Award, to Robert Cobb, Dean of the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Maine. The Friends of Middle Level Education Award will be a periodic award, not necessarily annual, and acknowledges people who have helped promote quality middle level education in Maine in ways other than public school service. Dr. Cobb was recognized for his continued support of MAMLE and middle level education in general. Dean Cobb's award, which read, “In Appreciation for Support of Middle Level Education and Benefiting Young Adolescents in Maine,” was presented by MAMLE President, Jill Spencer.
Hyatt, Kay, "Educators Honored at Maine Association for Middle Level Education Conference" (2000). General University of Maine Publications. 1887.
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