The bill most likely to be moved forward is the House Committee Bill. It has not yet been assigned a number, so updates are not available at the legislature's website.
Rep. Johanna Donovan, chair of the House Ed Committee was on Vermont Edition on VPR today. She said they expected the number of districts in the state to be reduced down to about 60. It is important to note that the new districts (Union Supervisory Districts - USD), unlike our current town districts, would each have a superintendent. So the overweighted supervisory union structure would essentially stay intact. Depending upon how alliances are formed, under the current guidlines in the bill, it is possible that we could end up with more superintendents than we have now.