There’s a shortage of cash in the Vermont education system, but no shortage of crises. Yesterday lawmakers and educators searched for funding solutions to the $30 million hole in the Vermont State College budget.
"With a $30 million deficit in the system, Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe (D/P) said the legislature will have a lot to consider.
“We’re coming back to the ‘cyber’ Statehouse on August 25 to continue the state’s budget, and we know that all levels of education starting with pre-K all the way through higher education are in a turbulent stage because of COVID, and this will all inform our work,” Ashe said."
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