ESMEC
Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium

Superintendents 2014

             Mr. Milton E. Nagel          Dr. D'Ette W. Devine           Dr. Karen M. Couch           Dr. Henry V. Wagner, Jr.           Dr. Carol A. Williamson       Dr. John B. Gaddis        Mrs. Kelly L. Griffith          Dr. John E. Fredericksen     Dr. Gerald B. Wilson
                Caroline County                 Cecil County                        Kent  County                    Dorchester County                Queen Anne's County         Somerset County            Talbot County                     Wicomico County            Worcester County
                 

(Click on the Superintendent's photo above to link to their respective county.)



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The Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium (ESMEC) was established primarily to advise member school systems about projects, programs, or services that would enable all Eastern Shore students to develop socially, culturally, economically, and, most importantly, educationally.   And if regional responses are required, ESMEC works with the superintendents to develop appropriate replies and/or positions.  Our president this year is Dr. Henry V. Wagner, Jr.,  Dorchester County. 



EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND EDUCATIONAL CONSORTIUM
c/o Queen Anne's County Board of Education
202 Chesterfield Avenue, Centreville, MD 21617
Direct Phone: 410-758-4885
Fax: 410-758-0046
 

          



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For ADDITIONAL information Click on any of the links below:



Curriculum Repository


EDUCATION CONFERENCE

E-Rate and Rural Ed Statement

•  E-Rate Call to Action

VIDEO
Teacher Guides Former Student to College Degree

(cbsnews.com)


Educator Recruitment Fair Highlights


ESMEC NEWSLETTER
Summer 2014


ECONOMIC IMPACT SUMMARY
(BEACON)

UPDATED Dashboard
(BEACON )
at current funding levels
(FY 2012-2013 Funding Level)
Posted 1/7/2014

 Dashboard
(BEACON )
This dashboard shows the economic impact of publicly funded pre-K -12 education on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.


FACT SHEET
FOR MARYLAND'S EASTERN SHORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Overview of Maryland Local Governments
Finances and Demographic Information
Department of Legislative Services
January 2013

 

      




Teaching Applications:
Click on links below to access an application in
any of the nine Eastern Shore Counties:
     
 

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