Governor Phil Scott seeks applicants for State Board of Education

Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott announced today that he is seeking applications for an opening on the State Board of Education.

The Board is responsible for the establishment, advancement, and evaluation of public education policy. Board duties include making regulations governing attendance and records of attendance of all pupils, standards for student performance, adult basic education programs, approval of independent schools, disbursement of funds, and equal access for all Vermont students to a quality education.

The new member will be appointed by the Governor to fill the remainder of an unexpired term until February 2022 and will be eligible for reappointment.

Those interested in appointment to the Board should complete the Application for Gubernatorial Appointment to State Boards and Commissions by clicking here.

One thought on “Governor Phil Scott seeks applicants for State Board of Education

  1. A board that shouldn’t even exist and actually hurts actual educators, keep going Phil. Sad to think he will be the last “republican” elected to statewide office in VT..

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