“Try walking a mile in someone else’s shoes” is wonderful advice, if you have a whole afternoon to stroll and reflect.
The board of trustees unanimously approved the price decrease earlier this week. Students at Castleton University, Northern Vermont University and Vermont Technical College will benefit from the price change.
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.
After years of student activism, many students continue to be frustrated with the college’s administration for allowing what they deem to be a crisis pregnancy center on campus.
The Harwood Unified Union School District once reported more restraints — instances where staff physically restricted a student’s movement — than any other Vermont district.
Granted, Merriam-Webster just proudly announced the addition of “pumpkin spice” to their dictionary this September — but when you live in New England, autumn will always be about the foliage.
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.
“We have to be very careful about what we say and don’t say,” a district board member said in revealing the court action that’s otherwise yet to be disclosed.
A complaint details alleged vandalism of UVM’s Hillel building, online harassment of Jewish students by an unnamed teaching assistant and exclusion of Jewish students supporting Israel from a sexual assault survivors’ group.