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  1. A sermon delivered at Waterville, August 24, 1824, before the board of trustees of the Maine Baptist Education Society by John Tripp, 1824
  2. Falling in love with handhelds, from the top down: Maine school district becomes the first to provide its school board members with Palm handheld computers. .: An article from: District Administration by Gina Adams Palmer, 2002-11-01
  3. Property taxes in Maine - 1963;: Some facts about taxation, effective rates, proportion of appropriation for education, proportion of taxes paid by non-resident taxpayers by Asa A Gordon, 1964
  4. An introduction to the structural elements of water quality in Maine by Robert M Lawlis, 1971
  5. The economic feasibility of producing beef in Maine by Steven H Belyea, 1973
  6. Job analysis study: Newly licensed, entry-level registered nurses with a generic baccalaureate nursing degree by Carolyn J Yocom, 1993

61. Maine - Health Top Links
Sponsors professional and public education for the advancement of new cancer medicines. MaineState Board Of Nursing Responsible for licensing and

62. Maine Administrators Of Services For Children With Disabilities
Association; maine State Board of education; maine Technical College System;New England Coalition of educational Leaders, ME Chapter; Univ.
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  • Home About MADSEC
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      MADSEC is the professional association
      for administrators of special education in the State of Maine.
      GOALS and Sample Activities/Objectives
      Adopted February 12, 1998
      The SAMPLE ACTIVITIES/OBJECTIVES were developed in a work session during the Representative Board meetings on 4/18/97 (Revised Goal 1) and 9/19/97 (Revised Goals 2-7). The draft of the results of those work sessions was distributed to the Rep. Bd. prior to the 10/17/97 meeting. Minor revisions were made by the Exec. Dir. in format, "collapsing" of recommendations, insertion of cross references, consistent style, etc. No content substance was removed. Following discussion which included amending some language, the following Sample Activities/Objectives were adopted by the Representative Board on 2/12/98. GOAL 1 MADSEC will take a leadership role in advocating for the provision of appropriate services for all children.
  • 63. Maine Hospital Association,
    understanding of how to discharge their responsibilities as board members. The sessionsalso help maine hospitals meet Trustee education requirements set by
    Hospitals Advocacy Contact Us Home ... About MHA Healthcare Trustees of Maine
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    Healthcare Trustees of Maine
    Healthcare Governance Council What is the Healthcare Trustees of Maine?
    MHA's Healthcare Trustees of Maine (HTM) is an organization made up of nearly 900 Trustees who serve on the boards of directors of Maine's community and specialty hospitals. Established in 1988 as an affiliate of the MHA, HTM is dedicated to helping individual Trustees become more informed and effective board members. Through HTM and its close relationship with MHA, Trustees also have a voice in the development of healthcare public policy at the state and federal levels. HTM's mission can be summarized in three words:
    • Education Communications Advocacy
    Each year HTM plans and conducts educational seminars for both new and seasoned Trustees in locations throughout the state. These day-long programs are specifically designed to help Trustees develop a fuller understanding of how to discharge their responsibilities as board members. The sessions also help Maine hospitals meet Trustee education requirements set by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. HTM's education calendar features regular seminars, an annual orientation for new Trustees and a special board leadership conference. All sessions are planned by the HTM education committee made up of Trustees from small and large hospitals across the state.

    64. MSN Encarta - Maine
    Schools in most maine towns and cities, which are not Each board is under the administrativeguidance of a The department of education, headed by a ninemember
    MSN Home My MSN Hotmail Shopping ... Money Web Search: logoImg(''); Encarta Subscriber Sign In Help Home ... Upgrade to Encarta Premium Search Encarta Tasks Find in this article Print Preview Send us feedback Related Items Augusta, capital Maine Facts and Figures more... Magazines Search the Encarta Magazine Center for magazine and news articles about this topic Further Reading Editors' Picks
    Facts and Figures Quick information and statistics News Search MSNBC for news about Maine Internet Search Search Encarta about Maine Search MSN for Web sites about Maine Also on Encarta Editor's picks: Good books about Iraq Compare top online degrees What's so funny? The history of humor Also on MSN Summer shopping: From grills to home decor D-Day remembered on Discovery Switch to MSN in 3 easy steps Our Partners Capella University: Online degrees LearnitToday: Computer courses CollegeBound Network: ReadySetGo Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions Encyclopedia Article from Encarta Advertisement Page 3 of 6 Maine Multimedia 13 items Dynamic Map View map of Maine Article Outline Introduction Physical Geography Economic Activities The People of Maine ... History F Electricity In recent years the share of electricity generated in Maine by hydroelectric power has grown tremendously. Periodic water shortages and other factors had caused hydroelectric generation to fall to just one-fifth of Maine’s total electricity production in the early 1990s. In 2002, however, hydroelectric dams once again provided a significant share–12 percent–of all electricity. Two of Maine’s large hydroelectric dams are Harris and Wyman, on the Kennebec River. Ripogenus Dam, on the West Branch of the Penobscot River, was built by a large paper-manufacturing concern. Some 68 percent of Maine’s electricity output came from thermal plants burning petroleum in 2002. A nuclear power plant at Wiscasset was jointly sponsored by several electric power companies and in the mid-1990s produced about three-quarters of the electricity generated in the state; the plant closed in 1997.

    65. Maine Board Of Licensure In Medicine - About Licensure
    received his medical education from a school of osteopathic medicine and holds theDO degree, that license is issued by the maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure
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    Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine
    About Licensure
    "Ensuring that all practicing physicians have an appropriate level of education and training." Since 1895, it has been Maine law that a physician must be licensed to practice medicine in our state. Through licensure, the state insures that all practicing physicians have an appropriate level of education and training and that they abide by recognized standards of professional conduct while serving their patients.
    If the physician studied allopathic medicine and holds the M.D. degree, the license is issued by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine. If the physician received his medical education from a school of osteopathic medicine and holds the D.O. degree, that license is issued by the Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure. Both Boards also determine the qualifications and regulate the practice of Physician Assistants extending the practice of licensed physicians. Both licensing Boards function similarly and both uphold the highest standards of professional practice.
    The Maine Medical Practice Act specifies the education and training an applicant must be found by the Board to have before he or she may be licensed to practice medicine in Maine. Applicants are also required to have passed comprehensive written examinations. Before the Board approves an application for licensure, a thorough background investigation of the applicant is done to verify the education and training claimed by the applicant and to verify that the applicant is of good professional reputation and standing.

    66. Boards
    maine BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 35 State House Station a 150 university semester houreducational requirement the National Association of State boards of Accountancy

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    To obtain an application for the exam, and for current education and experience rules in your state, contact your state board of accountancy. Their address, phone, and fax number (and web links and e-mail addresses if we know them) are below. Education and experience requirements vary by state. You should apply to the board in the state in which you expect to practice public accounting. You can normally sit for the exam in whatever state you happen to be in when you take the exam. If you are not sure in which state to apply, there is information below following the addresses that might help you.
    ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Suite 236, 770 Washington Ave., P.O. Box 300375, Montgomery, AL 36130 (334) 242-5700; fax (334) 242-2711 ALASKA STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Division of Occupational Licensing, Box 110806, Juneau, AK 99811-0806 (907) 465-3811; fax (907) 465-2974

    67. Eulitt V. Maine Department Of Education, 2004 WL 423981 (D.Me. 2004)
    Eulitt v. maine Department of education, 2004 WL

    68. Maine-Endwell Teachers’ Ass'n V. Bd. Of Educ. Of The Maine-Endwell Central Sch.
    maineEndwell Teachers’ Association v. Board of education of the maine-EndwellCentral School District, 2003 WL 23163126 (N.YA.D. January 15, 2004).

    69. Other State Boards Of Education
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    70. Policies - Maine School Administrative District 22
    This maine School Administrative District Board of Directors derives its legal Constitution,state statues, and regulations of the State Board of education.

    71. VIP Tone In The News
    credit. . Jean Gulliver, Chair, NASBE Study Group on e-Learning; Chair,maine State Board of education. E-learning is here to stay.
    Press Releases Articles NASBE's Report on e-Learning What Leaders Are Saying About the NASBE E-Learning Report Any Time 's recommendations to think broadly about technology's potential to re-engineer the American education system "took guts and challenges the status quo." - Dr. Eugene Hickock, U.S. Undersecretary of Education "Maryland applauds the National Association of State Boards of Education for the timely release of its study group report on e-learning. For too long, the classroom has established the boundaries of learning for many students. The Internet is removing many of those boundaries and opening new learning opportunities for both students and teachers. Maryland is poised to capitalize on these opportunities and the work of the NASBE study group further reinforces what we plan to do to improve the quality of instruction in our public schools." - Dr. Nancy S. Grasmick, State Superintendent of Schools, Maryland "Technology is not a cure-all, but a profound learning tool that if used in conjunction with other strategies can address core educational challenges. Our work is a clarion call to policymakers to set thoughtful and coherent policy on issues surrounding e-learning and technology in schools and I am very pleased that it offers concrete state examples on a range of topics, including online assessments and online courses for credit." - Jean Gulliver, Chair, NASBE Study Group on e-Learning; Chair, Maine State Board of Education

    72. Saint Joseph's College Of Maine | Online Associate Degrees, Bachelors Degrees, M
    the maine State Board of Nursing, Augusta, maine. the Commission on Collegiate NursingEducation (CCNE), One by the National Association of boards of Examiners
    World Wide Learn proudly presents our featured education partner: Saint Joseph's College of Maine
    • Associate of Science in Adult Education and Training
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    73. 2000-2001 News Releases
    She has also served as Chair of the Cape Elizabeth Town Council and the School Board,Chair of the maine State Board of education and innumerable commissions

    74. Education World® : Education Employment Center : State Certification Requiremen
    maine. Address Dept. of education NORTH DAKOTA. Address education Standardsand Practices Board 600 East Boulevard Ave. Bismarck, ND
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    75. Council On Optometric Practitioner Education - COPE
    maine Board of Optometry Ms. Susan Guampetruzzi Staff Secretary 113 State New YorkState Board for Optometry Mr. Peter Ferguson education Assistant education

    76. Maine Association Of Nonprofits
    for The Iris Network (formerly The maine Center for serves as elected Treasurer ofthe Board of Directors a human resource management and education firm based
    The Maine Association of Nonprofits Board of Directors is made up of leaders from the nonprofit and business sectors. They represent the broad diversity of MANP's membership and contribute significant amounts of time, talent and energy to ensure the growing vitality of the nonprofit sector in Maine. Ruth Vinal
    Board Chair
    , The Iris Network Chris Amann
    Board Vice Chair
    , Maine Public Broadcasting Richard Roderick
    Board Treasurer
    , Dead River Company Nancy Winslow
    Board Secretary
    , Davis Foundations Sarah Armentrout
    Equest Therapeutic Riding Center Stacy Begin
    Children's Theatre of Maine Bonnie-Jean Brooks
    O.H.I. Carol Goloff Schecter Family Foundation Kevin Healey Anna Kent
    Institute for Civic Leadership Bart Morrison
    Island Institute James Phipps, Esq.
    Marianne Pinkham
    Youth Promise Leon Seymour Friends of Fort Knox Greg Shea Tri-County Mental Health Ann Tartre Maine Community Foundation Deb Whitworth GHS Data Management Ruth Vinal, Chair

    77. Maine Association For Charter Schools
    designate colleges and univeristies and/or the state board of education as chartering http// br Top Of Page maine Department of
    Planning and Start-Up Funds Facilities Accountability
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    ... Maine Department of Education
    Planning and Start-Up Funds
    Once a public charter school begins operations, it receives a per pupil allocation for each student enrolled. However, there are many expenses prior to opening. It usually takes at least a year of planning to start a new public school or to convert a school from an existing public school or to reinvent an existing private school as a public charter school. Most of the planning time is donated by the potential charter school organizers and teachers. Some states provide small planning grants.
    Once a prospective charter school receives a charter contract from a chartering authority, even if it is a "conditional" approval, the charter school can apply to the US Department of Education Public Charter School Grant Program for start-up grants. In states where the state department of education does not apply on behalf of the charter schools in that state, charter schools may apply directly to US DOE. Federal funds can be used for most typical school expenses during the first three years of operation, except that facilities may not be purchased with federal funds. FMI, see Depending on the number of students enrolled, federal grants can be $100,000 or more each year for 3 years.
    For those interested in starting a new public charter school, among the many resources available is the recent publication by the Annie E. Casey foundation, "How Community-Based Organizations Can Start Charter Schools." To order a copy, contact "

    78. City Of Bath, Maine - City Clerk's Office

    79. State Board Requirements For Engineering PDH & Continuing Education For PE Licen
    New York, which only recently began requiring continuing education for engineers Development,which is listed on the Louisiana Board s website (lapels maine.
    HOME FAQ CONTACT US New Site Users FAQ Free course How it works New User Sign-up ... State Requirements Online Courses Disciplines Civil Electrical Health and Safety Industrial ... Mechanical Industries Oil/Gas/Petrochem Save Money Corporate Discount Earn Money Author a Course $10 Gift certificate $50 Gift certificate State Requirements courses are accepted by every U.S. state engineering licensing board, except New York. Presently, more than half of the 50 U.S. states require Continuing Professional Competency activities for engineers to maintain licensure. Of these, five states pre-approve providers of Continuing Professional Competency activities. The other states that require continuing education for licensure do not specifically approve providers or courses. In all states that require Continuing Professional Competency activities, it is the responsibility of the engineer to determine whether a particular activity meets the guidelines set forth by the state board. State engineering boards typically accept an activity that meets the following criteria: "

    80. Psychology Licensing Board Contact Information & Resources
    maine Application Information Forms for Psychologists Psychology New York StateEducation Department Office of Executive Secretary to Medical boards Office of
    Topics on this site: About this site: Ken's Other Sites: home
    Addresses and phone numbers for each of the provincial psychology licensing boards in Canada and the state licensing boards in the United States are listed below. If the board has a web site, a link is provided to its home page. Where possible, links are provided for various documents such as legislation relevant to the practice of psychology in that province or state, application information for a psychology license or registration, and continuing education requirements. I try to keep these links updated and the information current, but if you find a link that doesn't work or you're aware of more current information, I'd appreciate your sending corrections or updates to . Thanks! These links are provided only to help people get started in their search for relevant information. Information placed on the web may not always be complete, up-to-date, accurate, or applicable to all situations. Legislation, case law, regulations, and other requirements are often complex and can change rapidly. Always consult directly with the licensing board to confirm that you have information that is current and complete in regard to your specific situation, question, or concern. Please follow this link to a more

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