The VSBA’s proceduralism is an empty gesture; they are lifeless signifiers of democratic governance without a felt commitment by stakeholders.
Once the responsibility for management of this money is shifted from local school boards to the state it is gone forever.
Local officials feel overmatched by the union’s million-dollar team of strategists. The union says it needs the help to counter the education establishment and practice a fundamental right.
News Release — Vermont School Boards Association October 31, 2016 Contact: Nicole Mace, Executive Director, Vermont School Boards Association (802-223-3580) Montpelier, VT – The Vermont School Boards Association is pleased to announce the recipients of the Award for Exceptional Board Leadership, which recognizes the exemplary work of a school board in the State of Vermont. […]