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One grandmother finally can say she’s completed one of her goals. Her goal was to get her high school diploma.
A new fellowship between Virginia Beach Public Schools and the University of Virginia will bridge the gap between teacher preparation at the…
Students and co-workers of seventh grade Life Sciences teacher Maurice Cullen think he’s pretty super — and the Virginia Lottery agrees!
U.S. News is out with its list of the top performing high schools in the country.
Board members discussed a proposal that would restrict certain public comments.
A tragedy for the Governor’s School for the Arts led to a student effort to take on the stigma of depression.
Parents would be graded with A, B, C, or D marks in several categories.
The measure is being pushed by a mother who tried unsuccessfully several years ago to remove Toni Morrison’s ‘Beloved’ from her children’s s…
Sen. John Miller of Newport News and other legislators sought to reduce SOL testing in Virginia schools this year. But a Senate committee po…
The board decided to remove some teaching days, and instead of 183 — it is now 181 days.
Teachers got to use new technology called Google Expeditions to take students on a virtual journey.
The Virginia Department of Education (DOE) calls the status “partially accredited. Click here to see which local schools are on the list.
There is new information in the case of a young boy from Williamsburg attacked by a dog on his way home from school.
School officials, law enforcement officers and the Virginia Beach Commonwealth’s Attorney are sending a strong message about school threats.
In an effort to revamp and strip out the 2002 No Child Left Behind Act, on Thursday President Obama signed off on a bipartisan bill to chang…
The new superintendent of Norfolk Public Schools, Doctor Melinda Boone, was officially sworn in to her new role Tuesday.
Two local schools are participating in a free virtual education fair on Nov. 19 for active and transitioning military.
A woman accused of assaulting elementary school students last month was back in court Wednesday.
Amina Durham started kindergarten in September, but on Monday her mom got a call saying there was a problem.