Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children

Aly Richards: Why we offer paid family leave

The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children believes offering paid family leave is not only good for young children and their families — it’s good for Vermont overall.

Permanent Fund Announces Early Educator of the Year Award for 2016

News Release — Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children October 13, 2016 Contact: Tara Pereira (Marketing Partners, Inc.) Tel: 802-864-6710 Cell: 802-999-6137 Email: [email protected] Award recognizes excellence in the teaching of Vermont’s young children Burlington, VT – The Permanent Fund for Vermont Children announced the second annual Early Educator of the Year Award today at the […]

Aly Richards: Early educators deserve better

It’s time we gave early childhood professionals the pay and recognition they deserve.

Janet McLaughlin Named as New Executive Director of Vermont Birth to Five

News Release — Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children July 26, 2016 Contact: Seth F. Hibbert, 802.858.5459 or [email protected] Burlington, Vermont—The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children is thrilled to announce the hiring of Janet McLaughlin as the new executive director of its Vermont Birth to Five initiative. McLaughlin will assume her role August 16. McLaughlin is […]

Permanent Fund Accepting Nominations for Early Educator of the Year Award

News Release — Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children March 9, 2016 Contact: Sally Kieny, 802-864-6710 [email protected] Middlebury, VT – To recognize excellence in the teaching of Vermont’s young children, the Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children announced the second annual Early Educator of the Year Award. For the second year of the award, the Permanent Fund […]

Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children adds to board

The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children announced the addition of Middlebury resident Dr. Breena Welch Holmes to its board at its January meeting.

Shumlin touts public-private partnership to fund pre-K education

State, private groups each contribute $400,000 to help ‘buy access to early education.’

Davis: Now is time to develop policy and funding for strategic investments in early childhood

The availability of child care is what allows Vermont parents to go to work each day. In Vermont, 70 percent of our children spend some portion of their day in child care.