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Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Data Lab connects you with collaborative community tools which help us all have a better understanding of this special place. Cvillepedia is our community’s version of Wikipedia. Our document library makes it easy to find the raw materials used in local government decisions.

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We come across a lot of documentation in our reporting. You can use the search function or visit our Data Lab to easily find the plans, surveys, and reports we reference in our stories.
November 08, 2018
Improving schools’ performance on standardized tests and fixing a “broken” grading system are among Matt Haas’ top priorities as superintendent of Albemarle County Public Schools.   At a meeting of the county School Board on Thursday, Haas shared his takeaways from a community engagement campaign that he undertook during his first ...
November 05, 2018
James Bryant is running unopposed in the Nov. 6, 2018 special election for a seat on the Charlottesville School Board.   Bryant was appointed to the School Board in April to fill a vacancy. His seat will be up for election again in November 2019.    Bryant was interviewed by Charlottesville Tomorrow ...
November 04, 2018
When Tiy Goodwin’s son was being treated for a speech disorder in kindergarten, he started to fall behind his classmates in reading. “He didn’t know how to communicate, and that affected his reading,” Goodwin said. Her son’s teacher at Venable Elementary School in Charlottesville recommended him for ...
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