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Augusta, Maine

Maine governor calls for school accountability

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Governor Paul LePage called for an education system with accountability in his weekly radio address Saturday. LePage said that by measuring school performance and providing assistance to struggling schools, achievement can be improved. In the Democratic response, Representative Gay Grant of Gardiner said Maine schools face a serious threat in LePage’s proposed budget, which she said cuts funding to schools by nearly $40 million over the next two years.

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