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Katherine Yardley

Associate Provost and Dean of the College of Education, Health, and Rehabilitation

University of Maine

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University of Maine

111 South Street

Farmington, Maine,04938

United States

Company Description

The University of Maine, founded in Orono in 1865, is the state's only public research university. It celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015. UMaine is among the most comprehensive higher education institutions in the Northeast and attracts students from Mai...more

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Employment History

Dean

College of Education Health and Rehabilitation at the University of Maine at Farmington


Associate Provost

University of Maine


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Governance | Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium

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Higher Education Lead: Katherine Yardley, Ph.D., Associate Provost, Dean of Education, University of Maine at Farmington


21st Century Sites Contact List 2003-04

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Contact: Dr. Katherine Yardley, Dean


www.edpartnerships.org

"A new feature of the grant this year is the opportunity to follow and support GEAR UP students and their families during the first year of college," said Katherine Yardley, UMF associate provost, dean of the College of Education, Health and Rehabilitation and grant program manager.


COPLAC | Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges

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UMF has worked with this program before, but a new aspect this time is the ability to support students as college freshmen, an opportunity that Associate Provost Katherine Yardley sees as "a valuable new connection that will give us additional insight into students' needs in their first year and the types of support we can provide to ensure their academic success."


www.centralmaine.com

"We'll be able to start working with these students in seventh grade and support them and their families to create a college-going culture," said Katherine Yardley, UMF associate provost, dean of the College of Education, Health and Rehabilitation and grant program manager.
"As we're trying to use different cutting edge strategies, you want to make sure you know what is most effective in creating a college going climate and raising student achievement," said Yardley. After the study the different intervention methods, she said they can then share those findings with other schools. In addition it will work working directly with students, the program will work with their families. "So one aspect would be supporting families so they have an understanding and feel comfortable understanding financial aid and visiting schools," she said. When choosing the schools to work with, Yardley said they looked at factors like the number of students qualifying for free or reduced lunch, the high school graduation rates and the number of students going on to college. "This program is exciting because it then works on multiple levels to look at what the resources are and what can then strengthen academics," she said.


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