At the heart of the Partnership for Change’s philosophy is the belief that the talent and drive needed to move our schools forward lie within our communities. As a result, the Partnership seeks to involve as many stakeholders as possible in the remodeling of our schools.Learn more.
Student Consultants: A Midyear ReportIn an honest reflection of my Quarter 2, I felt like I had wasted away the quarter so I needed to revise my goals to be much more realistic.
What do the Burlington School Board Candidates think about…In an effort to increase voter education about Burlington School Board Commissioners, The Partnership for Change and Channel 17/Town Meeting TV, asked all candidates to answer four (4) questions, each in 150 words or less. Their responses are published here, as submitted, with the permission of the candidates.
We will draw upon the collective wisdom of the students, teachers, parents and community members of Winooski and Burlington, Vermont in remodeling the public education system to align with what all young people need to thrive in a complex global society.
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