Vermont

When Dorset Elementary School opened its doors this year, the parents and faculty were braced for the cutbacks.

October 28, 1998 – Education Week

Vermont's governor and other state policymakers are looking at ways to make their new school-finance-reform plan more palatable to wealthy districts.

December 10, 1997 – Education Week

Vermont lawmakers approved a major school-finance-reform plan in the final days of their legislative session, achieving a goal that has eluded state leaders for decades.

June 25, 1997 – Education Week
The Vermont Supreme Court last week ruled that the state's school-funding formula is unconstitutional and told legislators to fix it.
February 12, 1997 – Education Week
The state that pioneered the use of portfolios to assess student performance has decided to return standardized tests to the mix.
December 4, 1996 – Education Week
A tiny Vermont school district has become the latest battleground in the fight over religious school choice.
September 18, 1996 – Education Week
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