Members of the citizens group testified before the House Education Committee Tuesday.
Steven Jeffrey, executive director of the Vermont League of Cities and Towns, says the state has a serious issue with rising education property tax rates. Education funding — and specifically property tax — loom large on the agenda for the House and Senate Education Committees, and Jeffrey echoed the calls of citizens across Vermont to […]
This article is by Rob Wolfe of the Valley News, in which it was first published Jan. 22, 2015. It has been abridged. HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth College has finalized sanctions for 64 students accused of cheating in a sports, religion and ethics class last fall, handing down punishments ranging from probation to two-term suspension. […]
A bill that would expand public high school choice to grades 7 and 8 was introduced in the House on Tuesday. The proposal, H.32, has 15 sponsors, including all five members of the House Education Committee. Rep. Scott Beck, R-St. Johnsbury, a freshman on the committee, said the bill builds on previous legislation that permits […]