Parents Fume Over Kids Turning into Zoom Zombies

The Richmond Public Schools (RPS) leadership team presented initial schedule adjustments for all grade levels to its school board during a meeting Monday night. 

The board did not vote to adopt any of the proposed scheduling adjustments. 

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Mayor Levar Stoney Campaigning on Universal Pre-K for Richmond

In his latest campaign appearance, Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney announced a plan to provide universal pre-k throughout the city for three and four-year-olds. Stoney was joined by Virginia’s First Lady Pam Northam and former Secretary of Education, who endorsed the mayor for re-election.

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Governor Northam Launches a New African American History Course

Governor Ralph Northam announced Thursday a new elective course for Virginia high school students on African American history.

The course will be offered in 16 Virginia school divisions during the 2020-2021 academic year, including Henrico County, Chesterfield County, Prince William County, Charlottesville, among others.

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