Title

"City" piece on the growing caseload of the Maine Human Rights Commission. Patr

Authors

Connie Pacillo

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

10-15-1998

Pages

8, 9

Abstract

"City" piece on the growing caseload of the Maine Human Rights Commission. Patricia Ryan, the commission's executive director, has 860 cases pending and only three full-time and one part-time investigator to pursue them. Ryan is asking the state to increase her budget by $157,000 so she can hire more staff people. With secondary focus on English as a Second Language (ESL) programs in Portland Schools.

Subjects

Education -- Portland, English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers, Maine -- Human Rights Commission

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