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Charlottesville Tomorrow covers public education issues in Charlottesville-Albemarle.  Look for our education coverage under the following additional topics:

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by Aaron Richardson | February 11, 2016
Renovations to Red Hill Elementary School got one step closer to reality Thursday as the Albemarle County School Board unanimously approved the project design. Planned renovations at the 163-student school would modernize and provide new furnishings for 13 classrooms and the library and add a new security entrance for visitors ...
RRMM Architects
Drawings from RRMM Architects showing the proposed new floor plan at Red Hill Elementary.
By Aaron Richardson | February 09, 2016
Press Release
Charlottesville City Schools | February 05, 2016
February 04, 2016
By Aaron Richardson | February 04, 2016
Neighbors Giving Back
By Jacquie Pickering | February 04, 2016
Press Release
St. Anne's-Belfield School | February 04, 2016
Press Release
Tom Tom Founders Festival | February 04, 2016
Press Release
By Aaron Richardson | February 03, 2016
Press Release
C-VILLE Weekly | February 03, 2016
Press Release
St. Anne's-Belfield School | February 02, 2016
Press Release
Neighbors Giving Back
By Ginger Holub | January 29, 2016
The Daily Progress | January 28, 2016
Community Perspective
By Amy Laufer | January 28, 2016
Press Release
Albemarle County Public Schools | January 27, 2016
Press Release
Tom Tom Founders Festival | January 27, 2016
Daily Progress Editorial | January 21, 2016
Press Release
The Daily Progress | January 20, 2016
The Daily Progress | January 15, 2016
The Daily Progress | January 14, 2016
Neighbors Giving Back
By Kathy Sublette | January 14, 2016
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CVille Poll
At a weekend retreat Saturday, Charlottesville City Council reviewed its meeting procedures including the signup process for citizens who wish to speak during public comment at regular meetings.  City Council decided to switch to a lottery process for the 12 ...
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