This week, the nation’s highest court made two decisions that could profoundly affect the future of educational freedom in the United States.
Local school boards in Vermont are now responsible for negotiating an 80/20 split in payment of health care premiums or finding the savings elsewhere in their budgets.
Vote for Vermont host Pat McDonald and co-host Ben Kinsley discuss an education initiative that could generate $350 million in taxpayer savings.
Another Act 46 school merger vote has a local community on edge over the possibility of losing its school.
In cities like Detroit, more than nine in 10 black students can’t even read or do math at grade level. It wasn’t supposed to be this way.
In Vermont the K-12 system and new efforts to expand pre-k programs are sucking all of the financial oxygen out of the room. We are consistently in the top five for spending on Pre-K-12, and next to last for higher education.
The university provides illegal immigrant students tuition-free education as well as scholarship aid and skills for leading social movements.
A majority of students do not actively endorse safe spaces on campuses, according to a recently released study.