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As an instructor with the Piscataquis Valley Adult Education, I’m excited to tell you that the Maine Adult Education Association has launched the Maine Adult Education website, which offers a searchable, comprehensive list of courses and programs offered throughout the State. The site also enables Mainers to register for courses.
The Maine Department of Education collected fall registration data from around the state and found that those reporting showed a 29% increase in registration over the previous year. According to the Maine Adult Education Association, since the site went online on January 5, it has logged more than 11,000 visitors and about 500 online registrations.
The Maine Adult Education website is located at www.maineadulted.org
(Thanks to Representative Pete Johnson for contributing to this information.)
Here’s a little known fact… or maybe it’s a claim because I truly haven’t verified it. If you’ve tried the traditional routes to prevent foreclosure on your home (talking to your lender, looking into various loan modification programs) a more aggressive approach is to seek out a consumer attorney through an organization such The National Association of Consumer Advocates. We’re told that virtually all loan documents have errors or other provisions that may make it difficult for the lender to foreclose. So it might make sense not to give up too quickly!