We are dedicated to the academic excellence of every student by empowering them with the means for the successful completion of district, state, and national educational standards and by challenging them to be productive members of society. We are committed to a comprehensive system of support to assure each student has the opportunity to develop the skills and talents necessary for college and career readiness.
Vermont school districts provide publicly funded prekindergarten (preK) education for three, four, and five year old children not attending kindergarten by establishing partnerships with prequalified early care and education programs, by operating a prequalified preK program, or by doing both.
Act 46 was enacted to encourage and support local decisions and actions to ensure all communities are part of a sustainable structure of education governance on or before July 1, 2019. Districts are encouraged to organize in a manner consistent with a preferred educational governance structure outlined in the Act or an approved alternate.
Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements (PBGRs) are the locally-delineated set of content knowledge and skills connected to state standards that, when supplemented with any additional locally-developed requirements, have been determined to qualify a student for earning a high school diploma.
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