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The working group leading the project settled on $60 million for the first phase at Buford Middle School.
“I want to say right off the bat that these are not realistic amounts, just for lots of reasons."
Over the course of five weeks at the Freedom School, about 40 students from third through eighth grade researched the juvenile justice system, took virtual field trips and worked on oral histories about someone who faced an injustice.
The Charlottesville School Board is searching for its next superintendent following the retirement of Rosa Atkins, who led the school system f…
Giving students the chance to socialize with classmates was a key reason the Albemarle and Charlottesville school divisions expanded their summer offerings this year.
Serving 4-year-olds, the program has been part of the county’s social services department and is funded by local government and the Virginia Preschool Initiative.
“Adding Critical Race Theory to our curricula has not occurred, nor are there any plans to do so. Reports to the contrary are false.”
Instead, the Albemarle County school division will spend $1 million to install an eight-classroom trailer at Mountain View following a recommendation of a school working group.
"For so long, it seems like that statue, in particular, has dominated the landscape of the city, and, in essence, the Confederacy continued to look down on us. As of now, that no longer is the case."