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Archives for October 2016
This beautiful new poster depicts the 51 native fish and wildlife species endangered or threatened in Maine. There is an identification key, plus additional habitat and background information about each species on the back of the poster. All proceeds from the sale of the poster will go directly to the Endangered and Nongame Wildlife Fund… [Read More]
We’re collaborating with The Connectory, a national resource overseen by the National Girls Collaborative, to make our Maine STEM Resource Bank even better. Our Maine connections and dedication to including important Maine-based STEM resources will now be hosted on a platform using The Connectory’s technology and user interface. The Reach Center project at MMSA developed… [Read More]
MMSA’s Exploring Computer Science (ECS) project launched into its second year with 21 teachers participating in an exciting and fun summer institute on the Bangor campus of the University of Maine at Augusta. This second cohort of the NSF-funded ECS project will continue to expand access to quality computer science instruction for Maine students. Two… [Read More]