Chapter 127 - INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM, ASSESSMENT, AND DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS

  1. § 071-127-1 - General Objectives
  2. § 071-127-2 - Definitions
  3. § 071-127-3 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS K-12
  4. § 071-127-4 - Comprehensive Assessment System
  5. § 071-127-5 - Elementary School Course of Study
  6. § 071-127-6 - Middle School Course of Study
  7. § 071-127-7 - Secondary School Course of Study and Diploma Requirements
  8. § 071-127-8 - Review Cycle for the System of Learning Results
  9. § 071-127-9 - School Assistance
  10. § 071-127-10 - WAIVERS

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: Maine law requires the Commissioner to prescribe the basic instructional requirements for the public elementary and secondary schools regarding compliance with the system of Learning Results. The school board of each school administrative unit may prescribe, subject to approval of the Commissioner, instructional requirements in addition to the minimum requirements of this rule.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE, Chapter 127, "Instructional Requirements":
Section 1, "Health, Safety and Physical Education Guidelines":
March 15, 1974 (accepted for filing October 2 3, 1978 as 78-275)
Section 2, "Metric Instruction":
September, 1977 (accepted for filing October 23, 1978 as 78-275 )
Section 3, "Required Courses":
June, 1 976 (accepted for filing October 2 3, 1 978 as 78-2 75)
Section 4, "Length of the School Day":
June, 1975 (accepted for filing October 23, 1978 as 78-275)
Section 5, "Instructional Time":
December, 1977 (accepted for filing October 23, 1978 as 78-275)
AMENDED:
March 19, 1980 - all sections with Section 6 added, "School Calendar," filing 80-83
October 5, 1981 - Section 4, "Instructional Time: School Year and Instructional Days" (replaces Sections 4, 5 &(6)(EMERGENCY) - filing 81-2 18
October 13, 1 981 - Section 1, "Required Course of Study for Public Schools," filing 81-2 17
October 13, 1981 - Section 2, "Instructional Requirements for Nonpublic Schools," filing81-217
October 10, 1981 - Section 3, "Health, Safety and Physical Education Guidelines," filing81-217
March 4, 1983 - Sections 1, 2, 3 - filing 83-40
REPEALED AND REPLACED:
July 30, 1985 - as "Instructional Requirements and Graduation Standards," filing 85-26 5
AMENDED:
June 25, 1986 - filing 86-224
July 1, 1989 - filing 89-121
February 11, 1991 - Sections 6, 11, 13 - filing 91-54
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION):
May 19, 1996
CORRECTIONS:
December 4, 1998 - corrected against historical paper files.
REPEALED AND REPLACED:
September 11, 2002 - as "Instructional Program, Assessment and Diploma Requirements", filing 2002-307, a major substantive chapter. Provisional adoption: March 15, 2002, filing LR-2002-17.
NON-SUBSTANTIVE CORRECTIONS:
October 29, 2002 - renumbering Section 7.02 (C, D, E and(F)

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