A $1.035 million U.S. Department of Education grant will allow the University of Maine to expand its innovative alternative teacher certification program to Aroostook and Washington counties. Funded over five years, the Transition to Teaching grant is based on the success and promise of the model developed and piloted by the UMaine College of Education and Human Development in partnership with the Mid-Coast Superintendents' Association, comprised of school districts from Searsport to Bath.
Hyatt, Kay, "University/School Partners Receive Grant to Expand Alternative Teacher Certification Project" (2002). General University of Maine Publications. 1934.
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