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MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING

 MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING
 WHAT: Massachusetts Board of Education Regular Meeting
 WHERE: Massachusetts Archives and Museum
 220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston
 WHEN: March 24, 9:30 a.m.
 AGENDA: --Recommendations of Ad Hoc Committee on
 search for new commissioner of education
 --Report on future trends in early childhood
 education. Results of in-depth study conducted
 last spring on interagency collaboration in early
 childhood programs in local districts.
 --Continuing discussion of major state education
 reform proposals:
 The Weld-Cellucci Educational Reform Act of 1992;
 The Educational Excellence and Accountability Act;
 and reform proposal of the Massachusetts Business
 Alliance for Education, Every Child a Winner
 --Initial presentation of proposed amendments
 to Chapter 766 Regulations and new Eligibility
 Guidelines for Special Education
 --Annual Report on the Boston Unified Facilities
 Plan
 Schedule of school construction projects for year
 nine of 10-year court-ordered Unified Facilities
 Plan for the Boston public schools.
 --Approval of state plan for adult basic education
 for fiscal years 1992-1995.
 CONTACT: Marie Fricker of the Massachusetts Board of Education, 770-7312.
 -0- 3/20/92


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