The Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) communicates with the
press, education stakeholders, and the broader public via press
releases, media advisories, and other announcements.
This presentation was shared by Secretary Holcombe during a series of regional school board meetings in late fall 2014. It uses data to articulate the current challenges facing school boards, and what choices they may make to impact those challenges.
A weekly compilation of e-mail messages sent to principals,
superintendents, curriculum coordinators, independent schools,
and education partners.
The agency's calendar of events is designed to be used as a
planning tool by educators in the field. The calendar lists
Agency-sponsored events, which, unless noted otherwise, are
intended to benefit service providers, educators and
Memos to the field from the Agency of Education Staff.
The Vermont Agency of Education partners with RETN and ORCA Media to host a TV show
focusing on various education topics around the state. The TV
show allows us to open the doors of our schools so the public can
see what education looks like in Vermont.
The Vermont Agency of Education hosts a blog that explores
various education topics; the blog includes voices from the
Agency and various education stakeholders. The Agency’s blog is
another vehicle to talk about what our work is, how we do it, and
how we serve our mission of continuously improving learning for
ALL Vermont students.
Connect with us on Twitter
Press Inquires (Media)
Media relations and many public information inquiries are handled
through the agency's Education & Public Information Officer
(PIO). The PIO serves as the initial point of contact for
questions from reporters and journalists. Direct press inquiries
Jill Remick, Director of Communications and Legislative Affairs, at email@example.com or (802) 479-1177
Page Last Updated on October 30, 2014