The Maine Department of Education released a draft of Maine’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) State Consolidated Plan on March 1, 2017. ESSA replaces the No Child Left Behind Act. Maine’s draft ESSA State Consolidated plan is now open for public viewing, comment and feedback for the next 30 days with the comment period closing on March 30, 2017. Please take some of your time over the next couple of weeks to review the plan and provide feedback to the Maine DOE.
The draft ESSA State Consolidated plan is available on the Maine Department of Education website. We encourage your comments and feedback. We want you to have a voice in ensuring that ALL students are afforded the same educational opportunities and supports to ensure student success.