When Vermont education officials announced Tuesday that schools could expand in-person learning options and go back to all five-days in-person, Tunbridge Central School is one of the schools that decided to do just that.
The University of Vermont is reporting two new positive COVID-19 test results this week. That brings the total confirmed COVID-19 cases on and off campus to 21. So does that low number mean UVM’s COVID19 guidelines are working?
Education is always one of the top issues in the race for Vermont governor. But with the pandemic upending public schools and the state college system on the verge of collapse, Vermont’s next governor will have even more to contend with.
Health inspectors found safety shortcomings at 77 New York nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic, including basic infection-control violations like failing to have staff wear masks or wash their hands.
Family members of incarcerated New Yorkers and corrections officers are calling on the state’s lawmakers and governor to ensure prisons and jails won’t again face a staffing shortage, barriers to social distancing and dangerous rationing of protective gear ahead of the next COVID-19 surge or pandemic.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court is again entering the longstanding debate over how the state pays for public schools. Back in the 1990s, the court ruled that the state had a duty to provide and pay for an adequate education.
Demonstrators packed a New York City plaza Wednesday night to protest a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to indict any police officers for the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to address the situation during a Thursday morning briefing.