Education & Learning

A startup uses music education software to inspire teamwork among autistic students. more


Greater Richmond SCAN’s preschool assists the youngest victims of trauma. more


State legislators solicit parents’ and teachers’ views on SOLs, school funding and other concerns. more


Over the next two years, a pair of nonprofits will provide more than 20,000 students in Richmond Public Schools with free vision screenings and cover the cost of eye exams and glasses. more


The latest on the private education front more


Applying for kindergarten, middle or high school is a complicated process. more


The latest from the region's independent schools, a look at the intricacies of the application process and parent volunteers at work, plus our annual compilation of private school information more

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Specialized programs can help campers find their calling. more


The Virginia Education Association's inaugural Teachers of Color Summit addresses the need for educators who represent diverse student populations. more


A tutoring program works to close the reading achievement gap in area schools. more

Sunday Story

Budget casualties include a program for city middle-schoolers who have fallen behind. more


Artist, educator and human rights activist Yewande Austin empowers the most vulnerable among us and inspires the next generation of Richmond leaders. more

Sunday Story

The latest from the region's independent schools, a visit to Elk Hill in Goochland, a look at the growing trend of junior kindergarten and our annual compilation of private school information more

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Drama therapist helps children find a way to express their innermost thoughts. more

Sunday Story

In 1966, six local school divisions pooled their money to start a math and science center that could be used by all their students. Fifty years later, the MathScience Innovation Center keeps forging ahead. more

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New state laws in effect July 1 more


The Cauldron of Jackson Ward Series (Part 1 of 3): From his father’s storefront, civil rights activist James E. Jackson Jr. saw the plight of exploited black workers and his community’s stand against racism — both touchstones for his life’s work. more


School Board vote spares Armstrong High — for now more


The Sunday Story moves on to its next incarnation with four new writers more

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Petersburg police officer Patricia Clement preaches the power of double Dutch more

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