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Posts by James Daiute

Tell Us Your Story!

Do you have a student success story about the transition after graduation? Does your school have a summer program that you’re proud of? Do you want to spread the word about an important milestone? Or do you have a teacher who is standing out for their dedication, brilliance and compassion? We want to know!  This month, maaps,…

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Legislative Budget Finalized; Now on Governor’s Desk

On July, 7th the members of the House and Senate Budget Conference Committee submitted the final legislative budget and it is now on the Governor’s desk. The Governor has until July 17th to review the budget and take action to either approve or veto specific areas of the budget. The Legislature’s budget included language in Outside…

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Conference Committee Begin Deliberations This Week

The state budget deliberations for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY’18) has entered the home stretch. The Budget Conference Committee began their meetings to discuss the FY’18 budget on Monday, June 5, 2017. The job of the Conference Committee is to negotiate the differences between the House and Senate budget bills. Once that work is completed, the…

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Stay Connected with maaps through Social Media!

maaps is now on Instagram! Please follow us and share pictures of your community! Embracing technology and effectively utilizing social media are some of the ways that maaps seeks to share news and updates about the work of C766 private special education schools in providing high-quality, cost-effective education services to students with special needs. In…

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House Budget Supports C766 Schools in FY’18 Budget

The House budget finalized earlier this week proposed a $40.3 billion budget that includes support for Chapter 766 (C766) school students, teachers, staff and families! The House budget also proposed a 2.2 percent increase in Chapter 70 education aid and a 3.9 percent unrestricted local aid increase to cities, towns and school districts. This is great…

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