Data provided by the Agency of Education shows that Vermont schools cumulatively spent about 320 school days closed, or missing at least half their kids, during the 2021-22 school year.
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Vermont House members are considering more requirements for towns hoping to secede from their school districts.
Once Tom Lovett and Lyle Jepson are confirmed, the Republican governor will have picked every person on the 11-member board.
An ex-legislator contends the auditor isn’t following his own standards in analyzing a job-creation incentive fund.
Both Halifax and Readsboro voted to dissolve the district under a statute that predates the consolidation law, leaving the state no option but to agree.
After a legislative change took away a key authority of the panel that oversees Vermont’s education system, members are seeking to identify the State Board of Education’s mission.
The Compass School, which receives nearly half a million in public tuition payments, is in trouble with the IRS for failing to file necessary paperwork.
The board is tasked with deciding what to do with the forty-some “alternative governance” proposals submitted under the law by districts that haven’t voluntarily merged by now.
The Scott administration said the former representative and private school champion would bring expertise to the final phase of the state's school district consolidation law.
Kelly MacLaury Pajala listed economic development, affordability and the protection of school choice as key priorities. She succeeds Oliver Olsen, a fellow independent.
News Release -- Office of the Governor October 18, 2017 Media Contact: Rebecca Kelley, Office of the Governor 802-828-6403, [email protected] Montpelier, Vt. –Governor Phil Scott has been informed that State Representative Oliver Olsen (I-Londonderry) plans to resign from his seat in the Vermont House of Representatives, effective November 1, 2017. Gov. Scott is charged with […]
Olsen said his increasing professional responsibilities have made it difficult to balance his job with his family life and the time demands of representing his district.
Lawmakers took a “Vermont scale step” toward addressing legalization.