Chapter 104 - EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED CHILDREN
- Part 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS (§ 071-104-1-01 to 071-104-1-02)
- Part 2 - STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES FOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED CHILDREN (§ 071-104-2-03 to 071-104-2-11)
- Part 3 - PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS (§ 071-104-3-12 to 071-104-3-18)
- Part 4 - ALLOWABLE COSTS (§ 071-104-4-19 to 071-104-4-25)
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
SUMMARY: Maine law requires school administrative units to establish educational programs for gifted and talented children by 1991-1992 in the schools of the unit. This rule establishes the gifted and talented education program standards governing each school administrative unit in the state and adopts procedures for ascertaining compliance with all applicable, legal requirements for the establishment, approval, and funding of such programs as authorized by Title 20-A, section 8101, et seq. and section 15603, sub-section 22(c).
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION): May 19, 1996
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 20-A MRSA Section8101 et seq. and section 15603, sub-section 22(c).
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