Twenty-one years after the Maine Legislature passed a groundbreaking law requiring all schools to teach Maine K-12 students about Wabanaki territories, economic systems, cultural systems, governments and political systems, as well as the Wabanaki tribes’ relationships with local, state, national and international governments, four organizations are releasing a report analyzing the law’s implementation thus far and suggesting ways to improve compliance at the state and local level.
This is the final report of the Wabanaki Studies Commission published October 2003.
This is the preliminary report of the Wabanaki Studies Commission. Their final report is due September 2003.
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