If the Democratic legislative majority does not take serious action to work to change direction, it will be the next target of voter ire.
The Vermont School Boards Association now seems to think that their fellow Vermonters who teach our children have it too good.
It’s time for educators’ health care benefits to be brought more in line with other Vermonters.
This pipeline is one of the most striking examples of how our unquenchable thirst for oil is destroying our environment.
It is no wonder so many capable Vermonters are just saying no thanks when asked to serve on local nonprofit boards.
When it comes to choosing a child care provider, many Vermont parents may not feel like they have much choice available to them.
On July 1, 2014, the Clean and Green Oilheat Initiative went into effect.
Patching together annual budgets that grow at 4 to 6 percent with one-time funds, cost shifts and other budgetary gimmicks when the underlying economy is growing at less than two percent is not OK.
The contemporary definition of “instructional leader” is predictably jargon-laden and virtually meaningless, resting on “core beliefs” and abstractions like “facilitative leadership” and “a culture of public practice and reflective practice.”
It will take sustained effort to help our waterways regain health and become more resilient to severe storms.
What should be the purpose of a college education and what should it accomplish for the student?
Vermont’s not-for-profit hospitals look forward to working with the Legislature to advance policies essential to providing more affordable health care for every Vermonter.
Jonathan Gruber has been all over the national news, bragging about how he and others misled us “stupid” American voters into supporting (or at least not actively opposing) the Affordable Care Act under false premises.