Maine schools are encountering a variety of challenging behaviors by students and are using a number of strategies to address the problems, according to a study tapping the experiences of 33 elementary and high school principals. While the interventions are effective with most students, the serious needs and behaviors of a small group far exceed schools' ability and resources, according to researchers at the University of Maine's College of Education and Human Development.
Hyatt, Kay, "Study Looks at Maine Principals' Experiences with Challenging Behaviors in Schools" (1998). General University of Maine Publications. 1853.
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