Maine Education Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's Maine Education Laws section, covering a variety of laws and regulations -- some of them preempted by federal law -- of importance to students, school faculty, and other interested parties. Public education is regulated at both the state and federal levels, whether it's kindergarten or a public community college, but states have a great deal of control over curriculum and other aspects of education. This section includes articles on prayer in public schools, compulsory education laws, the use of corporal punishment in public schools, and the management of student records. Click on a link below to learn more about Maine education laws.
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