The Burlington School Board will introduce the school district’s new interim superintendent at a press conference Monday.
An inside look at Shrek the Musical at Burlington High School.
The Innovation Space at BFA-St. Albans is one of the coolest classrooms around.
“There are two organizations with very strong missions, and unfortunately there's a crossroads,” said Jericho Historical Society President Ann Squires.
7th grade students at Albert Intermediate School in Essex Junction are hosting Empty Bowls Night on Thursday.
Personalized Learning Plans will be introduced to 7th-9th graders across Vermont next year. They have the ability to open the high school experience to many new pathways to graduation.
Tucked away on a small street in Jericho, there's a school. Parents say, "This really is a piece of paradise."
Rick Marcotte Central School made an anti-bullying music video and received some recognition.
In the midst of community scrutiny, the Burlington School Board needs to regain the confidence that they can find a strong candidate for Superintendent.
Champlain Elementary school first grade teacher Rebecca Haslam is the 2015 Vermont Teacher of the Year.
Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School science teacher Kathleen Legg is one of two Vermont Science Teachers of the Year.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Milne will outline his education and economic plans on Wednesday.
The upcoming fall semester means most college students will have to foot the average $1200 bill for textbooks. There could be a way to save on some of the cost though.
Some schools in Vermont fail to pass a school budget the first time around. One school district is working to make sure that doesn't happen again.
Before you know it, fall season will be here and it will be time to go back to school.
Several hundred college and university representatives will be at Dartmouth College this week for a summit on sexual assault.
Parents in Barre City are concerned about the school budget. The last budget failed to pass for the third time, by a margin of just 20 votes.
Come this fall students will have more books to choose from thanks to a grant from the Children's Literacy Foundation otherwise known as 'CLiF'.
The Burlington School District says a special meeting scheduled for Thursday has been cancelled.
Voters in the Mascoma Valley Regional School District have passed a bond that will make major upgrades to the high school.
First Lady Michelle Obama is set to unveil a new proposal to ban the marketing of junk food and sodas in schools.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders will be at the Vermont Statehouse Wednesday to give lawmakers an overview of federal education policy.
Champlain College will be announcing its next president Friday morning.
The Vermont State Board of Education is looking at breaking up a supervisory union in Central Vermont.
Harwood Union Middle/High School, Lake Region Union High School, Otter Valley Union High School and Twinfield Union School have been inducted into the Vermont League of Innovative Schools Monday.
Vermont has been chosen to be a part of the STEM Equity Pipeline: a project aimed at increasing female participation in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields.
A man who helped define the civil rights movement in America was in Montpelier Thursday.
A new framework for early childhood care was unveiled Tuesday.
New York released preliminary statewide education evaluation ratings Tuesday.
A Northfield Middle High School teacher is named 2014 Vermont Teacher of the Year.
Talks to change the traditional school year are well underway in Vermont.
Newport High School now has a resource officer, for the first time.
Lisa Santamore's home is one big classroom.
Over the past six months, school officials and the state of Vermont have been working together. Their goal is to ensure all schools in the state are fully compliant with the enhanced 911 requirements.
A new survey finds more families are saving money for college, but as tuition rises, most parents are still falling painfully short.
The results are in and Vermont needs to hit the books. Vermont's Agency of Education has released the 2013 school accountability numbers.
The University of Vermont College of Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences, along with the Governor's Institutes of Vermont hosted their annual week-long camp for high schoolers this past week.
If there's anything Clinton Community College wants its students to leave with it's a job.
In Vermont, if more than 50% of students in a town receive subsidized meals during the school year, a community can hold "open-sites" in the summer to provide free meals to kids.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is pointing out the amount of debt Vermont graduates have to pay after college.