On February 12, five students returned to Augusta, at the Governor’s request, to present to the State Board of Education and the Joint Legislative Committee on Education. Following the meeting, the students were invited to meet privately with the Governor in his office, where he thanked them for returning to the Capitol.
Article in Free Press (February 18, 2016)
On January 8, 2016 a group of seven students, four teachers and two administrators were hosted for lunch by Governor Paul LePage. Students gave presentations on ‘Reimagining Education’ and were invited by the Governor to return to Augusta to present to the Legislature and State Board of Education.
IYL Program for Gov. LePage 2.0 – 06JAN2016
Article in Village Soup (Jan 19, 2016)
IYL Village Soup Article re LePage Lunch 19JAN2105
Letters from Gov. LePage to State Board of Education and Legislative Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs
Letters from the Governor re Informed Young Leaders
The second event in the Informed Young Leaders Series took place on Friday, November 20, at Medomak Valley Regional High School in Waldoboro, Maine. The subject for this event was Reimagining Education in the 21st Century
IYL Program for Nov 2015 – FINAL
May 2015: Net Neutrality
The Informed Young Leaders Series conducted its inaugural event on Friday, May 22, at the Sail, Power & Steam Museum in Rockland, Maine. The subject for this event was Net Neutrality.
Net Neutrality Program – 19May2015
Article in Courier-Gazette
Letter from U.S. Senator Susan Collins
Susan Collins 5.22 Rockland event