The Maine Writing Project will hold its summer professional development program in southern Maine to reach and accommodate educators in different areas of the state. This summer's institute in Cumberland represents the first time the intensive program for exemplary Maine teachers has been conducted away from the University of Maine campus. "As Maine's official National Writing Project site, we have a mission to serve the entire state" said Maine Writing Project founder and director Jeffrey Wilhelm, associate professor of literacy at UMaine. "We want to offer programs to as many people as possible."
Hyatt, Kay, "Writing Project Offering Summer Institute in Southern Maine" (2001). General University of Maine Publications. 1897.
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