Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer: I was struck by your banner headline in Wednesday's paper. Not only is the report card for Act 46 still not in, the grades are at best mixed rather than the "huge success" suggested by the headline. … more
Editor of the Reformer: Despite the claim by Stephan Morse, State Education Board Chairperson (Dec. 30) that Act 46 implementation has been a huge success; it is not so. Only a few educational regions of Vermont have merged thus far perhaps … more
Editor of the Reformer: If you wish to support the actions of the Standing Rock Lakota Tribe in their fight to block the Dakota Access Pipeline passage through their tribal lands please consider the following actions. Energy Transfer … more
Editor of the Reformer: I think the Board of Education Chairwoman who spoke in Dummerston last week may be rating Act 46 too optimistically. I was a member of the Act 46 Windham Northeast Supervisory Union Study Committee until I resigned … more
Editor of the Reformer: While I am discouraged with how Act 46 has been implemented as a top-down, one size fits all approach from the State Board of Education, on down through the Agency of Education, the Vermont associations of … more
Editor of the Reformer: Westminster Schools would like to thank Stephanie Bonin and Keith Arnold of Duos Restaurant for hosting a fundraising brunch last month in support of our farm to school program. They are a wonderful example of community … more
The Vermont mandate Editor of the Reformer: One of the great joys of being a state legislator is going into our schools and meeting with students. Those visits are often followed with having them visit the statehouse, giving students a … more
Trudging, an under-rated talent Editor of the Reformer: In a world of posts, tweets and brief glimpses of others lives, true survival stories are sometimes missed. The quiet struggle of self will against the urge to rest. I'm proud to say … more
Who is driving the bus? Editor of the Reformer: In a statement issued by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial museum and as re-iterated in a Washington Post article by Julie Zauzmer, 11/22/16: "The Holocaust did not begin with killing; it began … more
Editor of the Reformer: It's now official: Hillary Clinton received over 2 million popular votes more than Donald Trump in the presidential election. So, the United States being a democracy, has now elected Clinton to be President, right? No, … more
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