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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 30, 2014
Students in Charlottesville-Albemarle’s public schools are earning diplomas in greater numbers than in previous years. Albemarle County’s on-time graduation rate has increased for the third year in a row, moving from 93.4 percent in 2013, to 94.8 percent for 2014. The drop-out rate has also improved ...
Credit: Albemarle County Public Schools
Albemarle High School graduates
By Tim Shea | September 30, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Rachel Wilson | September 27, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 26, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 25, 2014
By Tim Shea | September 24, 2014
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | September 22, 2014
Meet Your Educator
By Russell Carlock | September 20, 2014
By Ana Mir | September 18, 2014
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
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