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|Maine: Marks for Children, Families & Communities -- Leading by Results||
Marks for Children, Families and Communities is a set of social indicators that reflect the well-being of Maine children, families and communities. It is an initiative of the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet in partnership with the University of Southern Maine, Maine’s KIDS COUNT, the Maine Development Foundation, and other organizations.
|Maine: The Maine KIDS COUNT Data Book||
The Maine KIDS COUNT Data Book, the annual report on the status of Maine’s children and youth, is the most comprehensive and reliable collection of data on the health and well-being of Maine children and families.
|Maryland: County Boards of Education and Graduation Rates||
Requiring county boards of education to collect, maintain, and analyze graduation rates by dividing the number of students who graduate on time by the number of students in a four-year cohort; requiring county boards to report these rates in the aggregate and disaggregated by specified subgroups; requiring county boards to report graduation rates to the public and to the State Department of Edu
|Maryland: Education - Student Surveys - Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System Survey||
This bill will require the Maryland Departments of Education and Health to align and combine their surveys with the federal Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System survey, so that young people in Maryland take only one government survey for federal and state departments per year.
(SB9, MD, 2007)
|Maryland: High School Outcomes Improvement Act||
For the purpose of requiring the State Education System to adopt and implement a certain formula for use in calculating certain information about “on time” graduation rates from the State’s public high schools; requiring the State Education System to undertake certain activities with respect to graduation rates from the State’s public high schools; and relating generally to the collection, main
|Maryland: Maryland Youth Council||
The Maryland Youth Council was authorized in October 2006.
|Maryland: Planning Brighter Futures for Children, Youth and Families||
The Local Management Board in Montgomery County Maryland developed a community strategic plan to reaffirm the local vision for achieving results for children and families.
|Maryland: Residential Child Care Programs - State-Funded Operators - Licensing Provisions||
For the purpose of requiring a licensed operator of a residential child care program who receives State funding to meet certain academic needs of a child in the operator's care; exempting certain licensed operators from certain requirements; requiring certain group homes to comply with certain provisions of law; requiring the department that licenses the group home to notify certain group homes
|Maryland: Results for Child Well-Being||
Each of Maryland’s eight results for child well-being is a lens focusing our attention on the vision that all children and their families will thrive. From “Babies Born Healthy” to “Children Completing School,” the subcabinet expects to have a positive, meaningful impact on the lives of Maryland’s children and their families.
|Massachusetts: Department of Education 2006-2007 State Report Card||
On January 8, 2002, President Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) into law. The law calls for sweeping changes in public education. Among these is a new federal requirement that all states in receipt of Title I assistance must issue annual "report cards."