Priscilla Armstrong is the Registry Coordinator at Maine Roads to Quality: Child Care and Early Education Career Development Center. She is responsible for working on the Provider and Trainer Registry and the Maine Registry Career Lattice, components of Maine's professional career development system for child care and early education professionals. Priscilla has been involved with child care and early education in Maine for over thirty years. Her experience ranges from teaching kindergarten, center based direct child care, center management, and providing technical support and consultation to Head Start programs and child care and early education centers throughout Maine. She holds a Master's degree from the University of Southern Maine in the Professional Teacher program.
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State and Wabanaki Tribes Sign Truth and Reconciliation Mandate
On June 29, 2012, five Wabanaki Chiefs and Governor Paul LePage signed a Mandate document commencing the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission to examine Maine child welfare practices affecting Wabanaki people.
The ceremony represents a historic agreement between Wabanaki Tribal Governments and the State of Maine to uncover and acknowledge the truth, create opportunities to heal and learn from the truth, and collaborate to operate the best child welfare system possible for Wabanaki children, a goal shared by all the signatories to the Mandate.