Our mission is to support curriculum leaders and to champion curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices and policies that enhance learning. The Maine Curriculum Leaders’ Association’s (MCLA) Board of Directors and its members work together by:
- Promoting and providing professional learning.
- Influencing policy and decision making.
- Advancing the use of effective practices.
- Developing and fostering partnerships with organizations consistent with our mission.
- Supporting opportunities for networking and sharing.
Our Members’ Views
Only 8% of the 49 districts responding to a December 2014 MCLA member poll want to administer the new MEA as planned this spring. A majority (57%) favor using the test as a Maine pilot without being held accountable this time. Continue Reading Ready for the New MEA?
MCLA’s general listserv has been busy lately! We’ve compiled the December 2014 listserv responses about district early release/late start practices. Download the excel spreadsheet or the pdf.
Shelly Mogul, Director of Curriculum and Teaching for the Auburn Public Schools, was named Curriculum Leader of the Year at the Maine Curriculum Leaders Association fall conference on October 27, 2014. Shelly’s Auburn colleagues, friends and family were present when the surprise announcement was made by Cathy McCue, MCLA’s president.
Continue Reading Shelly Mogul is Maine’s Curriculum Leader of the Year