The U.S. secretary of education says if Congress doesn't reauthorize No Child Left Behind, he'll deal with schools directly. The announcement has ruffled some feathers in Virginia.
Today is the last day of school for students in Fairfax County, and soon, summer classes will begin. Well, at least some of them will.
Virginia's education secretary, Gerard Robinson, is leaving the Commonwealth for Florida.
It's official: Kaya Henderson is D.C.'s permanent schools chief. Henderson was confirmed Tuesday by a unanimous vote at the D.C. Council.
Many public school systems in Virginia are wrapping up their school year this week, but the pursuit of knowledge will continue for many in summer school.
Residents in the small town of Clifton, in Fairfax County, have just a few more days before the town's elementary school closes for good.
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