Students making their first trip to school since March 15 were met with thermometers, masked teachers and queues at the entrances.
The move came after some college admission offices reported having trouble understanding new proficiency-based transcripts. Parents were notified Thursday.
If students would like to engage in organizing beyond the walls of the school, why not embrace rather than segregate these efforts?
On our latest podcast, students, teachers and administrators weigh in on the evaluation system that’s being called a “paradigm shift” for Vermont schools.
Schools across the state are ditching A through F report cards and letting students retake tests to emphasize learning over seat time, but each district’s interpretation of proficiency-based learning looks different.
As high school and college students prepare to rally for action to address climate change, municipal and state leaders urge policy changes.
I find it very problematic that the history of people of color is taught only in conjunction with lessons on European cultures.
News Release — U-32 Music Department Oct. 4, 2017 Contact: Anne Decker U-32 Music Department [email protected] 802-229-0321 Friday, October 20, 2017 U-32 Auditorium 930 Gallison Hill Road Montpelier, Vt 05602 Doors 6:30, Music 7:00 Tickets $20 general, $10 student U-32 Music Department presents a benefit concert featuring the Chad Hollister Band, Francesca Blanchard, Zak Kline […]
“She is one of those teachers everyone hopes for in their lives,” a student said of Katherine McCann.
Judd Levine, a special education teacher at U-32 High School in East Montpelier, Vt., was recognized Wednesday as a national LifeChanger of the Year during a surprise ceremony in front of his colleagues.
A month is an awfully short time in which to write a novel, but had I been given a week, I would have written the whole thing in the last three days.