Students, educators and college officials tackle ideas to increase funding for state colleges and reduce student debt load.
The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. has sold $29.9 million in bonds to raise money to loan to Vermont students. The loans can be used in the 2014-2015 school year by Vermont students attending colleges in the U.S. or abroad, or by out-of-state students attending Vermont institutions. Undergraduate and graduate students can qualify for the Vermont […]
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will take the podium at Norwich University on Thursday, as part of the university’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies. The event is hosted by the Todd Lecture Series, as part of the online graduate program’s required week-long residency. This week, 549 CGCS students come to Norwich for conferences, […]
Jeanne Collins will be the new superintendent of the Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union. The board of the union announced her hire on Thursday. Collins will step down as superintendent of the Burlington city schools on June 30. Her departure follows revelations that the district has racked up millions of dollars in budget deficits over the […]
The president of Southern Vermont College announced on Monday that she will be stepping down on Oct. 1 in order to take a government position in Washington, D.C.
The Vermont House has given an initial OK to a provision that would pay the cost of any new unfunded education mandates out of the state’s General Fund. Reps. Patti Komline, R-Dorset, and Kurt Wright, R-Burlington, proposed the amendment to the teachers’ retirement health care plan Wednesday. The provision requires the Joint Fiscal Office to […]