Alexandria school superintendent Morton Sherman is fighting to keep his job in the wake of a scathing auditor's report, after the vice mayor called for his resignation.
Disciplinary procedures in Virginia schools are causing more problems than they solve, particularly for special needs and African-American students, according to a study.
The Va. Council of Education voted to increase funding for a program that provides aids to students at private universities.
Administrators at Virginia's largest high school are working to change
public perceptions, after T.C. Williams High was designated a
persistently lowest achieving school last year.
A Virginia educational panel is considering legislation that would give home-schooled students access to public sports.
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