Some parents who made the switch to homeschooling during the pandemic plan to stick with it, a state official said. But many home study students returned to public school in the fall of 2021.
After nearly two years spent in a “weird statutory hellscape,” Ripton Elementary School is back where it started. Has anything changed?
The Biden administration quietly changed the criteria for loan relief, which could affect more than 10,700 people who took out student loans in Vermont.
“I don’t believe I've ever been asked to kind of adopt somebody’s conclusions of law in that way,” the judge said.
During the pandemic, Vermont officials have seen a “different level of violence” in juveniles in the justice system. What can the state do with them?
The Vermont Agency of Education had grown concerned that Stone Path Academy’s owner was breaking state rules around tuition revenue. He said he was entitled to the profits.
The Harwood Unified Union School District once reported more restraints — instances where staff physically restricted a student’s movement — than any other Vermont district.
UVM President Suresh Garimella rebutted claims that the university failed to address antisemitic behavior on the university’s Burlington campus.
In an email to superintendents Tuesday, Vermont Secretary of Education Dan French told schools that they could not withhold public tuition dollars to private religious schools.
After Green Mountain Care Board trimmed rate increases at two UVM Health Network hospitals, the network’s president and CEO sharply criticized the actions.