Every year, nearly one-third of Vermont’s
60 school superintendents are new to their jobs. Six superintendents have already said they
plan to leave next year, and last year 18 superintendents moved on. We look at the impact of high turnover rates,
how the aging population of superintendents affects education, and how school
district consolidation could change the job.
Then, we turn to Vermont
students who are making a difference. At
Union High School
in Bristol, students are crafting
their own constitution.
And, we hear
from Cape Breton
fiddle students who are performing a benefit concert for their teacher, who has