Cottage industry of “personal historians” will turn family stories into a film or a book.
Officials will provide an archaeological update; community can respond.
Advocates say the state program should be reformed so that more localities participate.
They tell school officials that they’re looking for someone focused and experienced.
Virginia’s Board of Education requests funds to get separate results for the next international test.
Community forums scheduled for superintendent search.
Many NoVa students feel stiffest competition comes from within their own classrooms.
Annual leadership conference offers students role models and information about college and careers.
Steep competition for spots at Virginia’s top colleges prompts local call for a cap on nonresidents.
Superintendent’s plan calls for incremental change in first year
Analysts are invited to scrub data for troubling trends.
Members of Congress unveiled legislation last week that would expand preschool to every 4-year-old.
Lowering class size is a priority, but the board is seeking to avoid state-mandated staffing ratios.
Da’Shawn Hand, the nation’s top college recruit, announced Thursday that will attend University of Alabama.
Da’Shawn Hand, top recruit, plans to announce his college choice Thursday amid high school’s fanfare.
School board is gathering input through an online survey.
The city’s first Democratic mayor in 20 years wants to roll back emphasis on charter schools.
A decades-long trend of reducing school class sizes has reversed as regional enrollment surges.
Race was one of dozens of local elections in the Washington suburbs.
Ballots include school bonds and a new School Board member in Woodbridge.