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An informative look on how education in Vermont has changed.
|How the small town of Cabot is transforming its public school|
|Innovations at Williston central School, Rutland High School and the Gailer School at Middlebury|
|Teachers in Brandon, Peacham, and Morrisville continue their own schooling to adapt to a changing world|
|How programs in Enosburg Falls, Brattleboro and Montpelier prepare children to succeed when they get to school|
|Live televised discussion on issues in education|
|When taxpayers vote down school budgets, are students getting shortchanged? How can Vermont afford the education its children need? This town-meeting style discussion held in Randolph looks at the cost of public education.|
|When it's time for our children to go to work, will they be ready? This documentary shows businesses large and small joining forces with schools in Georgia, St. Albans and Thetford for creative school-to-work mentoring and training projects.|
|It's never too early and never too late for learning, and the whole community can help. Stories from Lyndonville and St. Johnsbury show young mothers choosing books for preschoolers, a grandfather achieving literacy and the EHV-Weidmann company training its workforce.|
|A panel discussion held in Rutland asks the experts tough questions on the controversial issue of school choice.|
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