After hitting bottom in 1992 after a ten year decline, the enrollment in Maine's
After hitting bottom in 1992 after a ten year decline, the enrollment in Maine's private schools is beginning to rise again. The financial problems, program cuts, and labor strife that have plagued public school systems in recent years is encouraging even strong pro-public school parents like Albert and Barbara Tempesta, to conclude that it is time to transfer their children to a private school where their educational needs will be more adequately met. State officals are not alarmed by the trend. They believe the public schools will rebound as financial conditions improve.
Private schools, Schools, Albert and Barbara Tempesta
"After hitting bottom in 1992 after a ten year decline, the enrollment in Maine's" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14561.
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