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  1. The Emotional Literacy Hour: Teaching for Achievement in Bristol Schools
  2. Children Can Learn with Their Shoes Off!: Supporting Young People with Asperger's Syndrome in Mainstream Schools and Colleges by Barbara Maines, 2002-01-01
  3. Celebrations: A Book of Copiable Certificates to Celebrate Young People in School (Lucky Duck Books) by George Robinson, Barbara Maines, 1995-01-01
  4. MDR's School Directory Maine 2005-2006 by Market Data Retrieval, 2005-12
  5. Maine Squeeze by Catherine Clark, 2004-05
  6. A Study of the History of Education in Maine and the Evolution of Our Present School System by Maine. Office of State Catalog], 2010-01-12
  7. Laws of Maine Relating to Public Schools, 1921 by Maine, 2010-01-04
  8. Laws of Maine Relating to Public Schools, 1913 by Maine, 2010-01-01
  9. Laws of Maine Relating to Public Schools. 1919 by Maine, 2010-01-04
  10. Laws Relating to Public Schools, 1911 by statutes Maine. Laws, 2010-01-09
  11. Schools in Maine: Islesboro Central School, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, List of Portland, Maine Schools, Spurwink School
  12. Mdr's Maine School Directory 2006-2007 (MDR's School Directory Maine) by Market Data Retrieval, 2006-09-30
  13. MDR'S MAINE SCHOOL DIRECTOR, 2007-2008 (MDR's School Directory Maine) by Market Data Retrieval, 2007-10-15
  14. Mdr's Maine School Directory: 2008-2009 (MDR's School Directory Maine) by Market Data Retrieval, 2008-06-30

41. Visitor Center | General Info | About Colby
into an economic impact of more than $265 million a year on Central maine. with anapproximate value of $100,000) to public and private schools in the community

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... Colby Site Index Facts About Colby More at Coeducational and residential, Colby is the 12th-oldest independent liberal arts college in the nation. Academic Programs : More than 50 majors are offered by 25 departments and 11 programs in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and interdisciplinary studies. Colby works on a 4-1-4 semester program, with the month of January devoted to intensive study. Classes begin around Labor Day and end the second week of May. Alumni : Colby's 22,600 alumni reside in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in three U.S. territories and 75 foreign countries. Budget : The 2001-02 fiscal budget is $88,490,000. Campus : Colby is located on a 714-acre campus in Waterville. Most of the campus is a Maine Wildlife Management Area, including the 128-acre Perkins Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary. The campus consists of 62 buildings. Degree : Bachelor of Arts Employees : The College employs approximately 600 full-time employees in executive, administrative, managerial, technical, support and service staff positions.

42. Education
Portland Portland Public schools schools in maine American School DirectoryThissite will help you locate any school in the United States. general sites
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43. Brewer, Maine
in which lieutenant colonel Chamberlain led his 20th maine regiment of promoted bygeneral Grant to the rank of Brigadier general. Information about schools
519 Main St. Bangor, Maine 04401 (207) 947-0307 Home Welcome Area Businesses ... Winterport Check out the information about Brewer! Brief Description History All 21 City/Towns Tax Profile ... for additional educational resources and information about private schools
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Welcome to the Bangor Region! Accommodations Average Home Cost Average Apartment Renta l College/Universities Crime Comparison
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Daycare ... Largest Employers Brief Description top of page Brewer – Considered the gateway to Down East Maine, Brewer straddles major north south and east-west transportation routes. Its 9,000+ residents enjoy a lifestyle that offers the best amenities of urban living, and intimate contact with nature. Shady forests, subdivisions, sunny fields, shopping centers, and industrial and commercial facilities bring people and wildlife together in a manner not seen in many larger cities. As such, Brewer is able to provide many recreational opportunities for children and adults; from hikes to snowmobiles.

44. Japan And Maine - Consulate General Of Japan In Boston
no Japanese investment in the state, few students from maine studying in relatedcourse offerings at the state's colleges, universities, and public schools.
Japan and Maine
Prior to the 1980s, there was very little in the way of a Japan-Maine relationship. There were no sister city ties, almost no Japanese investment in the state, few students from Maine studying in Japan and vice versa, very limited commerce, and limited Japan-related course offerings at the state's colleges, universities, and public schools. In the 1980s, however, there was relatively rapid growth in most aspects of the relationship economic, governmental, educational, and cultural. A sister city arrangement was established between Portland and Shinagawa Ward in Tokyo; several wholly owned Japanese businesses moved into the state; college students began traveling back and forth; and exports of seafood and raw materials, such as lumber, wood, and wood products, to Japan rose significantly. As a result, the state government began to show an enhanced interest in ties with Japan and several colleges and universities, led by Bates, Bowdoin, and Colby, added courses on Japan to their curricula. Although the status quo has been maintained, there have been no major developments in Japan-Maine ties during the 1990s, possibly as a result of the economic uncertainties that have afflicted both areas. Today, the main player in building immediate face-to-face relations between Japan and Maine is the Japan-America Society of Maine.

45. Bangor, Maine Education
Bangor private schools directory University of maine, in 1897 the school became theUniversity of maine. River and provides students and the general public with

46. In Maine, Vouchers Still Illegal |
local school districts should continue to enforce state law that forbids tuitionpayments to religious schools, according to maine Attorney general Steven Rowe
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BUST'R and BETSIE bring pre-K programs to Burke County, N.C.
... more projects... The Christian Science Monitor's Learning section has won three awards in the Education Writers Accociation 2002 National Awards for Education Reporting for newspapers under 100,000 circulation.
1st Prize: News Feature or Issue Package for ' Opening the Book on Race 2nd Prize: Series or Group of Articles for ' Driven 1st Prize: Special Section or Page All's up for debate, in love and war Conflict in Iraq sparks conflict at home, and family members 'agree to disagree.' Most-viewed stories: (for 04/07/03) Chaos and denial in Baghdad How the US plans to take control of Baghdad On West Bank, fear of 'dangerous precedent' Tension builds over postwar plans ... Learning from the July 16, 2002 edition In Maine, vouchers still illegal Associated Press Despite a US Supreme Court ruling that tuition vouchers are legal for parochial schools, the Maine Department of Education and local school districts should continue to enforce state law that forbids tuition payments to religious schools, according to Maine Attorney General Steven Rowe.

47. State Profiles : Introduction
in to work with AmeriCorps. general Colin Powell through 31 national service projectsacross maine. through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations
Projects In Your State
Maine Commission for Community Service

Peter H. Taylor, Chair
Paula Gagnon, Vice Chair
Judi Stebbins, Secretary
Denyse M. Anderson
Quenten Clark
Rae Clark-McGrath
Art Cleaves
Eileen Conlon
Peter Crockett Chip (Glenn) Curry Randall Curtis Gregory DeWitt Christine Force Dawn Girardin Sharon Gleason Amy Nunan Linda Rohman Walter Rosen Pierrot Rugaba Susanne W. Sandusky, Immediate Past Chair Kristen Thomas Brenda Zollitsch Susan Cheesman, Ex-officio John Stivers, Ex-officio "AmeriCorps is doing a lot of good things around this country. They're leveraging up other volunteers who come in to work with AmeriCorps." General Colin Powell, USA (Ret.), Chairman, America's Promise
National Service in Maine
Getting things done in Maine. More than people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through national service projects across Maine. Serving through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations and other groups, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, organize neighborhood watch groups, clean parks, recruit volunteers, and accomplish other things to improve communities. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service will provide more than to support Maine communities through three national service initiatives: AmeriCorps: This year AmeriCorps will provide more than 400 individuals the opportunity to spend a year serving in Maine communities. In return, AmeriCorps members receive an education award of up to $4,725 to help pay for college or pay back student loans. To date, more than

48. Smokefree Schools, Workplaces And Homes - Home Page And Resource Central.
University Health Center; Lubec, maine . . Blount County schools; MiddleburgHeights, Ohio . . Southwest general Health Center; Milledgeville, Georgia . .
No Smoke Home Page
No Smoke is now available FREE for individual use, or for organizations wishing to evaluate the program. Click Here to download the full-featured freeware version of No Smoke. Autonomy Publishing's No Smoke Software Program has been used for tobacco education programs in a wide variety of educational and health care organizations.
  • Amsterdam, New York . . The Enlarged Amsterdam City School District
  • Anchorage, Alaska . . Alaska Native Health Board-Trampling Tobacco Project
  • Arvada, Colorado . . Kaiser Permanente Health Care of Colorado
  • Attleboro, Massachusetts . . VersaCare Tobacco Programs
  • Baltimore, Maryland . . Family Health Education Foundation for Maryland
  • Barcelona, Spain . . Department of Health
  • Bar Harbor, Maine . . Mount Desert Island Hospital Community Health Education
  • Baton Rouge, Louisiana . . Louisiana Youth Tobacco Prevention Program
  • Bend, Oregon . . Deshutes County Health Department/Tobacco Prevention
  • Belleville, Ontario
  • Berkeley, California . . City of Berkeley Tobacco Prevention Program
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49. News
The public schools of maine must continue to stress the need for increased levelsof general purpose aid to ensure that all students have access to a quality
M aine's E ducational N ews B its
MSSA MSMA MSBA ... MSSA Awards MSSA Announces New Superintendents for 2000-01 The following individuals have recently been hired as Superintendents throughout Maine. Robert Ervin Bangor School Department Richard Norton Dedham School Department Henry Ashmore Franklin School Department Doug Smith Glenburn School Department Gilbert Reynolds Harmony School Department Robert Kautz Sanford School Department Ashley Leblanc SAD 13 (Bingham) Scott Porter SAD 19 (Lubec) John Backus SAD 23 (Carmel) , SAD 38 (Dixmont) Roland Caron SAD 32 (Ashland) Gary Crook SAD 36 (Livermore) Richard Curtis SAD 37 (Harrington) Sylvia Pease SAD 55 (Hiram) Fred Woodman SAD 67 (Lincoln) Elaine Tomaszewski Union 7 (Dayton, Saco) Shannon Welsh Union 30 (Durham, Lisbon) MSSA Announces Officers for 2000-01 The Maine School Superintendents Association has announced the election of Association officers for 2000-2001. Frederick Bechard, Superintendent of Schools in M.S.A.D. #57, (Waterboro), has been elected President of the 165-member organization. Bechard succeeds Stan Sawyer, Superintendent of Schools, Westbrook. Bechard has been involved in educating Maine students for 26 years and has served as a Superintendent of Schools for 18 years. Richard Lyons, Superintendent of Schools in MSAD #22 (Hampden) will assume president-elect responsibilities of the MSSA, while Barbara Eretzian, Superintendent of Schools in Auburn will serve as Vice-President. The members of the MSSA re-elected David J. Lyon, currently Superintendent of Schools in Nashville Plantation, Secretary/Treasurer.

50. Grants - Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Achieve, Inc. Washington, DC $1,000,000 over 3 years for general support. 9.26.2002New grant to dramatically improve maine high schools. More 2003.
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51. EPA Healthy School Environments - Maine
maine Hazardous Waste and Your School This hazardous waste, and general informationpertaining England Compliance Assistance-Secondary schools and Technical

52. Augusta Maine Travel And Vacation City Guide: Maine Resource Guide
Community Links and general Interest Suggest a Link Augusta Office of the President46 , ME University of maine at Augusta Augusta Public schools State Parks
Welcome! Today is Wednesday, April 09, 2003

Augusta has been the capital city since 1827, seven years after Maine was admitted to the Union. The Capital Building sits as a centerpiece for this special City. Augusta is the center of employment, commerce and service for Central Maine and is where most of the state and county governmental agencies are located. Most statewide organizations in Maine base their offices in this city, which is considered a central location to hold meetings, conferences and banquets, usually in Augusta's Civic Center which is located directly off I-95. Use the search utility to easily find business web sites. enter keywords


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Map Links: Kennebec Valley Regional Map
Area Attractions: Community Links and General Interest: Suggest a Link Real Estate: Belgrade Reservation Center Colleges and Universities: Andover College The University of Maine at Augusta The University of Maine at Augusta Office of the President 46 , ME

53. Presque Isle, Maine City Guide: Part Of The Maine Resource Guide
Links and general Interest Suggest a Link . Colleges and Universities Northernmaine Technical College University of maine at Presque Isle High schools
Welcome! Today is Wednesday, April 09, 2003

Almost as far north as one can go here in Maine, Presque Isle lies in wait. One of the prime ports of call for the wild game hunter or Maine woods nature seeker, Presque Isle provides the big town conveniences and comfort at the very brink of utter wilderness.
Located in "The County", this region of Maine offers escape from the hussle and bussle of city life. Use the search utility to easily find business web sites. enter keywords


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Map Links: Aroostook County Regional Map
Area Attractions: Community Links and General Interest: Suggest a Link Colleges and Universities: Northern Maine Technical College University of Maine at Presque Isle High Schools: Caribou High School Caribou Regional Applied Tech Center Fort Fairfield Middle / High School State Parks: Aroostook State Park Hiking on nearby Quaggy Jo Mountain and trout fishing on Echo Lake are popular local activities. Groomed cross-country ski trails and Groomed snowmobile trails also cross through the park. Add URL Tell a Friend GENERAL MAINE INFORMATION SITE SEARCH

54. Electronic Learning Marketplace: About The Southern Maine Partnership
foundations for their current support of our work in Southern maine Partnership schools.Southern maine Partnership Members fund general Partnership activities

55. Down East - Advertiser Links
Mail Order Gifts • maine Sporting Camps Real Estate • Restaurants • Retirement• schools • Services • Shops Youth Camps • general Down East
TWELVE TIMES a year Down East, the Magazine of Maine, takes you on an adventure to discover unexpected places and fascinating people across the Pine Tree State.
Down East is the only publication that brings you the real Maine, all year long.
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56. Logging Off? GOP Duo Asks If State Can Break Laptop Pact
Copyright © 2002 Blethen maine Newspapers Inc. Some lawmakers question whether thestate should be cutting funding to schools for general expenses while






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Wednesday, July 10, 2002 Logging off? GOP duo asks if state can break laptop pact By PAUL CARRIER, Portland Press Herald Writer E-mail this story to a friend Also on this page: IN DEPTH: LAPTOPS "Given the severity of the shortfall and the need to make informed policy choices, we ask for an opinion on the state's liability vis-a-vis this contract," the lawmakers wrote. "Your opinion would provide some insight into the possible outcomes should the Legislature decide that, given our fiscal crisis, the laptop funds could be better spent elsewhere." Cressey and Duprey do not hold leadership positions in the Legislature. In addition, neither sits on the Legislature's Education Committee or on its budget-writing Appropriations Committee, so it remains unclear how many legislators share their views on the contract. The state has a four-year, $37 million contract with Apple to provide 36,000 iBook laptops to seventh- and eighth-grade students and their teachers at all public schools across the state. Nine pilot schools received laptops this spring, and seventh-graders statewide are supposed to get them in the upcoming school year. Eighth-graders statewide would get them the following year. But state government faces a substantial budget shortfall that has some lawmakers, including Cressey and Baldwin, wondering if the Legislature should honor the Apple contract or divert the money to meet other needs. Unofficial revenue figures for the fiscal year that ended June 30 show that state tax collections fell about $93 million short of projections, and a substantial deficit is expected this year as well.

57. Law Schools In Maine
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58. B.A. In Mass Communication
in the state and beyond, and faculty support the development of scholastic masscommunication in maine schools. general Skills and Education Requirements.
Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication
The program has a solid tradition of preparing students for leadership roles in news, advertising and other mass media careers in Maine and nationwide. The Mass Communication major offers students strong oral and written expression skills, a firm grasp of public affairs and a broad foundation in the liberal arts regardless of student's ultimate career plans. The program maintains productive relations with media enterprises in the state and beyond, and faculty support the development of scholastic mass communication in Maine schools.
Admission Students who whish to declare a major in mass communication should contact the department for an application and should have an overall grade point average of at least 2.0. Prospective majors are expected to have basic keyboarding skills.
General Skills and Education Requirements The program emphasizes a broad liberal arts curriculum. In keeping with national accreditation standards, students are required to complete approximately 75% of degree courswork outside the major including the following curriculum of general education and skills courses.
    Foundation Courses History: 6 credits
      Required: One of the following sequences:
      HTY 103 / 104 United States History
      HTY 105 / 106 History of European Civilization
      HTY 107 / 108 East Asian Civilization Behavorial Science: 6 credits
        PSY 100 General Psychology
        Required: One of the following:
        SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
        ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology

59. Schools Colleges Universities With Liberal / General Studies Majors In USA
Institutes offering Liberal / general Studies majors the state to view completelist of schools Iowa Kansas Kentucky, Louisiana maine Maryland Massachusetts
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60. Ashwood Waldorf School, Rockport, Maine
general Interest AWSNA Association of Waldorf schools of North America Includesa bookshop, general store, synopses and text of Steiner lectures, links to all
Articles about Ashwood About our Area General Interest
  • AWSNA - Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. - Possibly the most comprehensive web site for Anthroposophy, Waldorf education, and all things related. Includes a bookshop, general store, synopses and text of Steiner lectures, links to all Waldorf school web sites, and much more. Don't miss it! Directory of Waldorf Schools in USA - List maintained by AWSNA. Rudolf Steiner Archive and e. Lib - USA archive of Waldorf stuff; includes lectures, articles, and links to Waldorf Schools. Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, CA - Interesting site with an 'Internet campus tour'; also has lots of Waldorf information. Waldorf Education: A Growing School Movement - A fascinating discussion of the historical and philosophical roots of Waldorf education, this page is part of the Anthroposophical Web site of Sune Nordwall, in Stockholm, Sweden.

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