“There needs to be a much more transparent process,” one professor said. “If the administration wants buy-in, they need to let us know what the hell's going on.”
Lorraine Sterritt announced her decision Tuesday. She will remain at the school through June 30.
A bill in the Vermont Senate would cut off public tuition dollars to most independent schools, except for a handful of historic institutions and therapeutic schools.
State officials say Vermont Correctional Industries has been losing money and doesn’t help people find jobs later.
Legislation proposed by the Vermont Agency of Education would mandate drills twice a year and require schools to lock all exterior doors during the day.
A dispute at a meeting earlier this month laid bare a frustration over equity and inclusion on the council, which plays a key role in strategizing the state’s efforts to combat climate change.
A one-year pilot of free school meals will end in June. Advocates are pushing to make the program permanent.
Bennington Elementary and other schools in the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union have been grappling with student behavior that is “elevated in a way that we haven't seen in the past,” the superintendent said.
Linda Luxenberg says that Vermont has failed her son, a 35-year-old man with autism and a rare neurological disorder. Why has the state fought to be his guardian?
A Windham County Superior Court judge threw out a lawsuit over an Academy School student who was accidentally vaccinated without parental consent.