by Josh Mandell | December 15, 2017
When Velvet Coleman talks to parents about things they can do to help their children succeed in school, she starts with the obvious: Don’t let them be late. “To a child, showing up late ...
by Josh Mandell | December 14, 2017
The Albemarle County School Board on Thursday voted 5-2 to accept a consultant’s recommendation to create one or two new centers dedicated to project-based learning for high school students while modernizing academic spaces at ...
by Sean Tubbs | December 12, 2017
The Charlottesville Planning Commission voted 5-1 Tuesday to recommend additional residential density for the West2nd mixed-use project on Water Street, but declined to support new designs that have been submitted for the L-shaped building. Commissioners ...
by Josh Mandell | December 10, 2017
As Charlottesville considers building new school facilities to accommodate future population growth, the school division’s policy of accepting students from outside the city has come under more scrutiny. This year, 294 non-resident students attend ...
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