SADs 4, 41, 68 push plans for adult education cooperative
Article from Bangor Daily News, Friday, November 12, 2004
By Diana Bowley
DOVER-FOXCROFT - School officials in Guilford, Milo and Dover-Foxcroft are forging ahead with plans to form an adult education cooperative to share services and reduce expenses in the 2005 school year. To function, the Piscataquis Valley Adult Education Cooperative, representing about 22,000 people in SADs 4, 41 and 68, must have the blessing of state Education Commissioner Susan Gendron.
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