COVID-19 Resource Center

Throughout the pandemic, the Agency of Education (AOE) has provided guidance, information, and resources for Vermont school systems. This work has been conducted in coordination and partnership with the Vermont Department of Health and other State of Vermont agencies, and with our partners in the field. COVID-19 resources included on this page include educational resources, health and safety information, fiscal guidance and COVID-19 response programs like surveillance testing and vaccination. 

PLEASE NOTE: As of June 15, 2021, Vermont’s COVID-19 State of Emergency has ended. AOE guidance issued under the authority of the Governor’s Emergency Order has been rescinded as of that date. Much of this guidance has been preserved for reference purposes, but is no longer in effect. For current public health recommendations related to schools, please see Recommendations and Considerations for Vermont Schools. 

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Education Recovery

The Education Recovery Framework and Toolkit webpage is designed for use by Vermont school districts when planning for and engaging in activities to address the educational impacts of COVID-19. Education Recovery guidance gives direction to school districts on how to engage in this process.

Education Recovery Resources

Continuity of Learning - As Vermont schools assist in the state’s overall response efforts, our collective goal is to keep students, families and educators safe as we work to slow the spread of COVID-19. This also means that schools will play new roles in the provision of essential services and have new delivery systems of education.

Vermont Virtual Leraning CooperativeAs an online/virtual program, VTVLC fits within the framework of Flexible Pathways as defined in Act 77. VTVLC operates as a cooperative model meaning they support partnering schools in offering online and blended flexible learning pathways to their students. 

Vermont PBSThis partnership provides access to free educational programming, curricular connections, hands-on kits, and distance learning tutorials.

Vermont Public RadioThe Agency of Education partnered with VPR to provide educational broadcast programming for students during the spring of 2020.

Edmodo - Edmodo is a communication and collaboration platform that can also be used for distance and blended learning, and will enable collaboration and access to Continuity of Learning resources for continued support to all Vermont students.

COVID-19 Funds

The COVID-19 Federal Emergency Funds webpage links to resources for all COVID-19 Emergency Federal Funding sources administered by the Vermont Agency of Education. 

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Secretary Daniel M. French
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Montpelier, VT 05620-2501

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