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Title 16: Education

Chapter 125: FEDERAL AID; SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION

  • Subchapter 001: GENERAL SCHOOL SUPPORT
  • §§ 3541-3545. Repealed. 1969, No. 298 (Adj. Sess.), § 79.


  • Subchapter 002: SCHOOL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR
  • § 3581. Acceptance

    The State Board may accept, use, disburse, and account for federal funds made available for the purposes of acquisition, construction, reconstruction, remodeling, or repair of public school buildings. (Amended 2013, No. 92 (Adj. Sess.), § 223, eff. Feb. 14, 2014.)

  • § 3582. Formulation of plans

    The State Board may formulate any State plan, including preparation of surveys and estimates of school building needs, required by federal legislation. (Amended 2013, No. 92 (Adj. Sess.), § 224, eff. Feb. 14, 2014.)

  • § 3583. Control by federal authority prohibited

    No supervision or control may be exercised under the provisions of this subchapter by any federal authority over the administration, personnel, curriculum, instruction, methods of instruction, or materials of instruction in any Vermont public school.


  • Subchapter 003: BENEFITS UNDER HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES ACT OF 1963
  • §§ 3591-3595. Repealed. 2009, No. 135 (Adj. Sess.), § 26(5).


  • Subchapter 005: TAX-CREDIT BOND FINANCING
  • § 3597. Tax-credit bond financing; qualified school academy zones; qualified school construction bonds

    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Pub. L. No. 111-5, expanded existing and created new tax-credit bond programs available to public schools. Accordingly, school districts are authorized to issue bonds to finance public school building construction and rehabilitation, the purchase of equipment, the development of course materials, and teacher and personnel training, consistent with Sections 1397E and 54F of the Internal Revenue Code, pertaining to qualified school academy zones and qualified school construction bonds. (Added 2009, No. 54, § 21, eff. June 1, 2009.)