Maine Educators Consortium (MEC),a small non-profit organization founded in 2009, was established for the purpose of identifying and addressing Maine’s need for accredited, application based, and educator-driven professional education courses. Since 2009, MEC has designed and delivered these college accredited courses to over 8,000 Maine educators. MEC’s courses, designed “by educators for educators”, are relevant, educator-friendly, and applicable. Course structure allows for an educator to learn, create, practice and evaluate material relative to their individual school setting. Time spent applying course knowledge and material to daily individual setting is considered in determining required course hours. MEC closely monitors Maine Department of Education (MDOE) site to ensure course alignment with Maine’s rigorous academic standards, aligned curricula, and Maine’s “Plan for Putting Learners First”.
Maine Educators’ Consortium also works closely with Maine Department Education to identify and offer courses which meet Maine’s educator/administrative needs.
MEC specializes in those courses which are often “hard to find”. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Maine Educators’ Consortium Policies – By Request:
Maine Educators’ Consortium By-Laws
Conflict of Interest-Whistleblower
Non- Discrimination PolicyCode of Ethics
Disclaimer: MEC/Endicott College Masters in Administration Leadership program is a Non-Certificate/Non-Licensure degree program. It is a student’s responsibility to consult with their Certification/Licensing agent to identify state and individual specific certification requirements. Maine Department of Education- Certification Department, 23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0023 207-624-6603 https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/initial/requirements.html
Disclaimer: MEC/Endicott College Professional Education courses are not considered as part of a degree granting program and are not part of any specific program addressing completion of certification/licensure requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to consult with their Certification/Licensing agent to identify specific state and individual certification/licensure requirements. Maine Department of Education- Certification Department, 23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0023 207-624-6603 https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/initial/requirements.html