Lawmakers consider how the state counts student population, as Gov. Shumlin proposes to cut phantom student subsidies.
Vermont House Education Committee
Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 4, from 8:30 – 9:45 a.m., volunteers will testify before the Vermont House Education Committee about the importance of passing S.245, the CPR in Schools bill, which will provide every Vermont high school student with an opportunity to learn CPR before graduating.
Last December I hosted a facilitated gathering of educators to answer the question: how can we preserve and improve the quality of education with continued cutbacks and likely consolidation? What emerged from this group became the core principle of H.66 and Act 153: provide incentives for local voluntary mergers.