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Compulsory Education In Maine : A Brief History 1821 To 1996, Maine Department Of Education Jul 1996

Compulsory Education In Maine : A Brief History 1821 To 1996, Maine Department Of Education

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Compulsory Education in Maine : A Brief History 1821 to 1996

Edited from Department Documents from 1985 by Frank J. Antonucci, Jr., Consultant Truancy, Dropout, and Alternative Education. Maine Department of Education, (July 1996).

Printed under appropriation number 014-05A-7156-01


Educational Access For Homeless School-Age Children : A Model For Building Collaboration Between Educators And Social Services Providers, Karen Tilbor, Al Leighton Oct 1990

Educational Access For Homeless School-Age Children : A Model For Building Collaboration Between Educators And Social Services Providers, Karen Tilbor, Al Leighton

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Educational Access for Homeless School-Age Children : A Model for Building Collaboration Between Educators and Social Services Providers

Karen Tilbor and Al Leighton

Human Services Development Institute, Edmund S. Muskie Institute of Public Affairs, Graduate Program in Public Policy and Management, University of Southern Maine

October 1990

"This report was prepared under contract with the Maine Department of Education" Printed under Appropriation # 013-05A-1002-01

Contents: Introduction / Forum for Portland-Area Educators / Brochure / Educators and Social Service Providers Collaborate / Summary and Recommendations / Appendices


Staying Power : "Leaving School Too Soon" : Report Of The Advisory Committee On Truants, Dropouts And Alternative Programs, Department Of Educational And Cultural Services Jan 1987

Staying Power : "Leaving School Too Soon" : Report Of The Advisory Committee On Truants, Dropouts And Alternative Programs, Department Of Educational And Cultural Services

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Staying Power : "Leaving School Too Soon" : Report of the Advisory Committee on Truants, Dropouts and Alternative Programs.

Maine.Department of Educational and Cultural Services. Printed Under Appropriation #4201.1111.

January 1987

Contents: Advisory Committee Members / Dedication / Acknowledgements / Contents / Introduction / Summary of Observations and Findings / Agenda for the Advisory Committee / What's Happening in Maine? / Maine Law / Alternatives in Education / Prevention / Recommendations for Action / Appendix / Fig.A - Adult High School Completion State Totals / Fig.B - Maine Secondary Dropouts by Grade & Year / Fig.C - Maine Secondary Dropouts Grade & Year / Fig.D - Total Secondary Enrollment in Maine (Oct., April, & End-of-Year).


Guidelines For Equivalent Instruction Through Home-Schooling, Robert E. Boose Sep 1984

Guidelines For Equivalent Instruction Through Home-Schooling, Robert E. Boose

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Guidelines for Equivalent Instruction Through Home-Schooling

Dr. Robert E. Boose, Commissioner, Department of Educational and Cultural Services, Augusta, Maine, September 13, 1984

Contents: Part I - Rules for Equivalent Instruction Programs / Part II - Guidelines for Implementation of Equivalent Instruction Programs by School Boards


150 Years Of Education In Maine, Kermit S. Nickerson Jan 1970

150 Years Of Education In Maine, Kermit S. Nickerson

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150 Years of Education in Maine

Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education

State of Maine, Department of Education, Augusta, 1970.

Sesqui-Centennial History of Maine's Educational System and the Growth and Development of the Maine State Department of Education.

Contents: Foreword / 150 Years / Part I - Education in Maine Prior to 1900 / Part II - Development of the State Department of Education