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

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

Education

The Virginia Lottery expands its “Thank a Teacher” campaign for 2018 to include an art contest for K-12 students in Virginia Public Schools. more

Education

Richmond-area college students could sway this year's gubernatorial election — if they make it to the polls. more

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A high school junior asks Richmond Public Schools to rethink its open-enrollment transportation policy. more

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April 11, VCU's Department of African-American Studies will host three former Black Panthers at a forum about the Black Panther Party's 50-year legacy more

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The WTVR-CBS 6 contest is accepting video PSA submissions from students through Dec. 4. more

Education

The Steward School screens a documentary addressing kids and the amount of time spent with electronic devices. more

Education

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

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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Hundreds rallied at Richmond City Hall on Monday in support of public education. more

Education

From our 2016 Go South Guide: Chesterfield’s schools a national leader in use of technology in the classroom more

Living

A $50.8 million renovation brings VCU’s ‘70s ‘brutalist’ structure into the 21st century. more

Arts

A report released Wednesday by staff of the Legal Aid Justice Center contends Virginia lawmakers should overhaul state policies outlining how public school systems handle student discipline. more

Education

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A growing contingent of parents and students wants to strip the name of one of Virginia’s most notorious politicians from a Henrico County middle school. more

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Retired VCU professor celebrated by fellow journalists more

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A variety of teen and adult speakers will give talks related to the “Made in the Future” theme, and encourage the participants to examine their own ideas about the world’s forthcoming innovations. more

Education

Virginia’s school-to-jail pipeline has some local school districts and police departments rethinking the way they do business. more

Education

She was a high school valedictorian who found she hadn’t been prepared for college-level work, but she’s not giving up. Neither should we. more

Sunday Story

17-year-old Maggie Walker student Devon Bortz was among 24 people named this week to Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Council on Youth Entrepreneurship. more

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