- Associated Press - Tuesday, January 13, 2015

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont lawmakers are going to be getting three different perspectives on the state’s public education system.

On Tuesday, the Vermont House Education Committee is scheduled to hear about education structure and finance.

Joel Cook of the Vermont chapter of the National Education Association will be followed by Jeff Francis, of the Vermont Superintendents Association and then Stephen Dale of the Vermont School Boards Association.

Education reform promises to be one of the biggest issues facing Vermont lawmakers in the 2015 session that began last week and will last until spring. Lawmakers are looking for a solution to rising costs while the number of students in the state continues to shrink.

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