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  1. kevin maines

    Scott, we meet and spoke at the Mass Superintendent Conference. I am following you on twitter also. I am at @PrincipalMaines for education and @Kevinmaines4 for politics.

    I am preparing my opening day presentation and wanted to let you know that I would like to use information from a few of your slides in this presentation. If you are okay with this, please know that I will absolutely credit you when doing so.

    Thank you,
    Kevin Maines


    Thank you, I’ll be using the PTLA in my dissertation.



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