Maine Gov. Paul LePage thinks school districts should be responsible for their graduates' remedial courses in college, the Huffington Post reports. So in a plan to improve education for students in the state, the Republican governor has laid forth a remedial plan that he will propose in the next legislative session, noting the high number of students who need remedial classes when entering college as proof that Maine's public education is failing taxpayers and students. And the state's reputation is suffering for it.

"I don't care where you go in this country -- if you come from Maine, you're...

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