The McClure Foundation, a Vermont-based non-profit focused on improving Vermont’s access to college and career education, announced Wednesday that it will pay for every member of Vermont high school class of 2020 to take a course of their choosing at the Community College of Vermont this fall.
Vermont is able to safely open its schools to in-person instruction in the fall, with safety measures and guidelines that will be published next week, Education Secretary Dan French announced Wednesday.
Vermont is able to safely open its schools to in-person instruction in the fall, with safety measures and guidelines that will be published next week, Education Secretary Dan French said Wednesday.
Every Vermont high school graduate in 2020 can take a free course this fall at the Community College of Vermont (CCV), thanks to the McClure Foundation.
If you’re a graduating high school senior in Vermont, you just got a free college class! The McClure Foundation is paying for any class this fall at the Community College of Vermont.
Gov. Phil Scott confirmed plans to reopen Vermont’s K-12 public schools this fall, though it won’t be easy during a pandemic. “It’s going to look a little different than it did before COVID-19,” Scott said, “but we need to get through these issues together because we know how vital it is for our kids and […]
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As school districts across the state say good-bye to the Vermont high school class of 2020, the McClure Foundation today announced a graduation gift for every member of that class. Every graduating senior, no matter their circumstances or where they went to high school, will be eligible for a free course of their choosing at […]
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