Dr. Dennise Maslakowski appointed to DOE Professional Standards Board

August 30th, 2005 by Adam

Dr. Dennise Maslakowski, associate vice president for graduate studies and community outreach at Plymouth State University, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Professional Standards Board of the New Hampshire State Board of Education. The board meets monthly throughout the academic year.

The Professional Standards Board advises the State Board of Education regarding professional growth, certification and governance of the education profession in New Hampshire.

The 21-member board includes nine classroom teachers and/or educational specialists, nine representatives of administration and higher education; two qualified laypersons, and the director of the Division of Program Support or her designee.

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