Comments for: State allows Union 113 to start forming AOS

Posted April 15, 2011, at 6:33 p.m.

The state’s top educator approved allowing the Katahdin Region’s largest school system to pursue becoming an alternative organizational structure and thereby saving about $108,000 in state penalties this year, officials said Friday. Education Commissioner Stephen L. Bowen told Superintendent Quenten Clark that Union 113 fits the criteria for AOS and …

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