Vermont Agency of Education

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Vermont
Agency of Education
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State Agency overview
Jurisdiction Vermont
Headquarters1 National Life Drive, Montpelier
Employees160 (2010)
Annual budgetUS $9,326,652 (FY 2017)
State Agency executives
  • Daniel M. French, Ed.D,
    Secretary
  • Heather Bouchey, Ph.D., Deputy Secretary
Parent State Agency Vermont State Board of Education
Website education.vermont.gov

The Vermont Agency of Education is the state education agency of Vermont. It is headquartered in the National Life building in Montpelier. [1]

As of 2018, the agency is led by Daniel M. French, Ed.D, Secretary of Education. [2]

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References

  1. "Contact Us | Agency of Education". education.vermont.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-16.
  2. "Meet the Secretary | Agency of Education". education.vermont.gov. Retrieved 2018-04-16.

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