Shelburne student wins twofer for Vermont History Day Kali Adams travels to Washington, D.C. to present winning paper

Kali Adams, an eighth grade homeschooler from Shelburne, won first prize at Vermont History Day on Saturday, March 28 for her paper entitled “Helen Hartness Flanders: Saving Vermont’s Musical Legacy.” She was also awarded the George F. Edmunds prize, highlighting Continue reading

New video encourages Vermonters to engage in public education debate, Green Mountain Imperative says get smart, talk, vote

A new two-minute animated video from a Vermont coalition appeals to Vermonters civic-mindedness and urges them to participate in the ongoing debate about the future of public education in the state. The video, created by the Green Mountain Imperative coalition Continue reading