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INFORMATIONAL LETTER: 61
TO: Superintendents of Schools and Special Education Directors
DATE: January 2, 2007
SUBJECT: Distinguished Educator Positions
Attached is a listing of three positions that will be filled by the Learning Systems Team in the Department of Education. The Department of Education will contract with school administrative units for three practitioners, knowledgeable in special education to serve as Distinguished Educators for the school year 2007-08. Units will be reimbursed for the employee’s salary plus benefits and fixed costs. The employee returns to the unit at the end of the contract period.
With the Learning System Team’s staff, the work of the Distinguished Educators will involve monitoring special education programs and providing technical assistance and training to local school personnel. If you have any questions regarding these positions, please contact the appropriate personnel on the attached sheet.
Department of Education
Distinguished Educators: Member Profiles
General Information: In order to provide assistance to school administrative units, the Maine Department of Education will contract with school districts for three practitioners. Distinguished Educators are individuals on leave from a school administrative unit who will work for the Department of Education during the 2007-08 school year. These are individuals who have been successful in enabling children to make outstanding progress toward meeting high educational standards. This professional service work involves program monitoring, technical assistance, and training. Individuals must be able to work as part of a self-directed work team. Extensive use of technology, travel and field assignments is required. STATEWIDE TRAVEL IS REQUIRED.
Knowledge and Abilities Required:
These three Distinguished Educators will have primary responsibility in the area of Special Education Program Review and technical assistance as well as other related special education responsibilities as determined by the Learning Systems Team. These positions will serve as the technical experts to schools, state agencies, private facilities, and community members in the areas involving special education issues and challenges. These positions will conduct program monitoring for public schools, private schools, and state-operated programs in order to assure compliance with state and federal special education rules and regulations. Extensive knowledge
Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have a bachelor of arts/science degree in education, human resource development, psychology, or a related field and six years of experience as an education practitioner (a master’s degree is preferred), along with the ability to use computer technology (word processing and data processing software and telecommunications).
For further information or to receive an application, please contact Anna Feeney at 624-6674. Deadline for applications is March 1, 2007.
The Maine Department of Education is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
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