Conference Registrations

Conference Registration Materials

 

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Application for Mentor/Coaches  
Application for Potential Proteges  

Great Beginnings: An Orientation for New School Administrators NEW

August 14, 2017, October 16, 2017, January 22, 2018
(Snow Date: February 5), & April 2, 2018
Maine Special Education Law Summer Institute July 11-14, 2017
Maine School Law Summer Institute July 18-21, 2017
Engaging Students With Poverty In Mind (Online Book Group) NEW September 13 - December 16, 2017
Now That's a Good Question! How to Promote Cognitive Rigor Through Classroom Questioning NEW September 22, 2017
Being Generationally Savvy: Working Effectively with Colleagues of All Generations NEW October 24, 2017
2017 Assistant Principals' Conference NEW October 30-31, 2017
2017 MPA Fall Conference NEW November 16-17, 2017
Owning It: How to Be Highly Effective & Love What You Do NEW March 1, 2018
Mini-Observations: Nuts and Bolts NEW March 22, 2018
Evaluation and Support of Principals and Other Educational Leaders NEW March 23, 2018
2018 MPA Spring Conference NEW (Register early for Earlybird Special)
April 26-27, 2018

Workshop for New High School Athletic Administrators NEW

 

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