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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

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On the stage, on the page and in the classroom, Julinda Lewis champions the arts in Richmond. more

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As Virginia faces a teacher shortage, what can the state do to attract educators to the table and to convince others to stay in the game? more

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A Virginia task force focuses on finding teachers who are more reflective of the state’s shifting demographics. more

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Educators in the Richmond region grapple with a shortage of ESL teachers. more

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How mentoring retains educators more

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Gregory Stallings emphasizes leadership and good manners to his boys-only class. more

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Specialized programs can help campers find their calling. more

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Vocation’s all I ever wanted: teaching as a labor of love more

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

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VCU alumna and staff member Ginna Cullen is named Virginia Art Educator of the Year. more

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

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

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Richmond Public Schools teachers are lobbying for an overhaul of the salary scale more

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Facing a likely $18 million shortfall for the upcoming school year, Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Dana Bedden delivered in his annual “State of RPS” address an urgent call to fully fund the school system’s proposed budget. more

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The Richmond Public Schools administration floated a plan to close six schools to stave off a potential funding shortfall.The closures, and several other cuts, would save the division $12.6 million for the upcoming school year more

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More than 200 Richmond Public Schools teachers, parents, students and supporters rallied on the steps of City Hall Wednesday afternoon to advocate for more funding for the cash-strapped school division. more

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Supt. Dana Bedden’s $298 million estimate of needs for the 2017 school year includes $8.4 million to "decompress" the division’s compensation salary step scale. About 10 teachers advocated for the proposal Monday night at City Hall. more

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RPS will reassign eight teachers from four schools – John B. Cary Elementary, Swansboro Elementary, Southampton Elementary and Overby-Shepard Elementary – to twelve schools where K-3 classes are too crowded. more

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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

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