The growth of alternative education programs reflects both an increasing population of students having difficulty learning and adjusting in traditional school settings and the escalating pressure on public schools to meet the diverse academic, social and personal needs of all children, according to a University of Maine study.
Hyatt, Kay, "Alternative Education Responding to Complex Needs" (2003). General University of Maine Publications. 1945.
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