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Persisting with Online Courses When The Going Gets Tough

By Carolyn Siccama, EdD You’ve signed up for your first online course. After hearing how convenient and flexible they are, you decide to give it a try.... Continue Reading

Advocating for College and Career-Ready K-12 Systems

By Lynn Coale Director/Superintendent Patricia A. Hannaford Regional Technical School District A recent study conducted by the Vermont Department of Labor identified the 67 most promising jobs... Continue Reading

The Big Importance of “Little c” Everyday Creativity

By Carolyn Siccama Never in my life have I been so inspired by creativity all in one place than when I attended the 2015 Destination Imagination Global... Continue Reading

When Queer = Diversity = Complicated

By Dot Brauer When I presented on issues facing LGBTQ college students at UVM’s Mental Health Matters conference this spring, I knew I had my work cut... Continue Reading

Dual Enrollment Offers Free College Courses for High School Students

By Cynthia Belliveau, EdD Dean, UVM Continuing and Distance Education Governor Peter Shumlin has said that one of the top challenges Vermont faces is producing graduates that... Continue Reading