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Charlottesville Tomorrow covers K-12 public education issues in Charlottesville-Albemarle.  Look for our education coverage under the following additional topics:

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by Ana Mir | September 18, 2014
Standardized testing data released by the Virginia Department of Education Tuesday showed overall progress for most schools in Albemarle County and the City of Charlottesville. The annual report documents if schools and school divisions are meeting Virginia’s two accountability systems. Accreditation is the state system that evaluates whether or ...
By Tim Shea | September 17, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 15, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Nancy Bowen | September 13, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 11, 2014
The Daily Progress | September 11, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 09, 2014
The Daily Progress | September 08, 2014
The Daily Progress | September 07, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Anne Straume | September 06, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 05, 2014
The Daily Progress | September 01, 2014
The Daily Progress | August 30, 2014
By Tim Shea | August 30, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Gabrielle Schoppa | August 30, 2014
The Daily Progress | August 29, 2014
By Tim Shea | August 29, 2014
The Daily Progress | August 27, 2014
By Tim Shea | August 27, 2014
By Tim Shea | August 26, 2014
The Daily Progress | August 26, 2014
By Tim Shea | August 25, 2014
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | August 25, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Stephanie Tatel | August 23, 2014
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