Cate Lamb is a 6th grade teacher of social studies and language arts at Brown's River Middle Scho
Video excerpt from a study group exploring new writing methods.
Turning Points in American History was a federally funded professional development progr
Lee Orlando, a 5th grade educator at C.P.
We are living in an extraordinary time in education.
The Power of Making
Exploring animation at Catamount Arts, St.
Discover the value of arts education with students and teachers at Catamount Arts, St.
Most of the jobs that will be available when today's elementary students enter the workforce have
Technology is transforming the world of work and has dramatic implications for how we think about
Bad blood between group members may have more behind it than just students having a bad day.
Three CCV media students examine the state of children's media.
Educators and media professionals discuss strategies for using video technology to enhance curric
This media piece serves as an intro to understanding the Vermont Common Core Standards for Educat
Many schools have regular achievement tests that measure development and contain educators under
Like many siblings their age, Mary and Duncan Lovegrove don't agree on a lot -- just ask their mo
Many students face challenges everyday when it comes to issues like substance abuse.
An alternative school in Burlington is giving students a more intimate setting for learning.
Teens, driving, recklessness and alcohol, it's a dangerous mix and it's this potentially lethal c
The Cabot High School Band is tuning up for a performance playing for the entire Cabot School.
Nestled in a diverse neighborhood of Burlington's Old North End is a school with a unique mission
Mass is part of the routine at Rice Memorial High School.
When Tropical Storm Irene rolled through the region in August 2011, it had devastating effects.
In the last two decades, thousands of students in Vermont's elementary schools have kept up with
When most people hear of George Lucas, they think Star Wars.
Through the field outside Richford Elementary school students walk past the lumber yard, over the
How much math do you remember from high school? And how much do you use it every day?
New statewide rules mean Vermont students and their teachers are learning a new way of gauging pe