Vermont officials seem surprised to learn that many Vermont taxpayers, myself included, do not want their tax dollars used for woke indoctrination.
Vermont public school mergers: easy to get into, hard to get out of. And harder still if a bill passed by the House March 17 becomes law.
The Supreme Court said the state must pay tuition to sectarian schools, if that’s what the parent wants. Because, school choice. But the Vermont Senate Education Committee chair says students and staff must be “protected” from religious schools.
Letting parents choose how to spend their school taxes makes sense. And spending $16,000 per student doesn’t.
Home schoolers and school choice supporters are invited to a free luncheon at Capitol Plaza in Montpelier tomorrow.
NEWPORT — A group of Vermont parents are suing the state and local school districts over unequal access to education under the state’s 150-year-old Town Tuitioning system.