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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 Tim Shea | February 26, 2015
With the Albemarle School Board’s 2016 funding request in hand, the Albemarle Board of Supervisors heard from school division leaders Thursday about their rationale for the spending plan. “This funding request is a needs-based request, and it is driven by our strategic plan with the goal of keeping up ...
Albemarle Supervisors Ken Boyd and Ann Mallek watch a presentation outlining the school division's funding request.
Photo of the Day
By Tim Shea | February 25, 2015
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | February 23, 2015
By Tim Shea | February 22, 2015
Meet Your Educator
By Teresa Tyler | February 21, 2015
By Brian Wheeler | February 19, 2015
Meet Your Educator
By Eric Bredder | February 14, 2015
By Brian Wheeler | February 12, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 11, 2015
By Charlottesville Tomorrow | February 09, 2015
By Tim Shea | February 08, 2015
Meet Your Educator
By Christine Jacobs | February 07, 2015
By Tim Shea | February 06, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 05, 2015
By Tim Shea | February 03, 2015
The Daily Progress | February 02, 2015
By Tim Shea | February 01, 2015
By Lacey Naff | February 01, 2015
Meet Your Educator
By Nicole Adams | January 31, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 30, 2015
By Tim Shea | January 30, 2015
By Tim Shea | January 29, 2015
By Tim Shea | January 27, 2015
The Daily Progress | January 25, 2015
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