ACPS got rid of SROs in 2020, and now they say it's time to bring one back.
This is a program that centers around students, by giving them a platform to lift up their voices and their concerns.
Virginia's largest school system is removing a test question given to a college-level social studies class that equated liberals and conservatives with specific racial and gender demographics.
Governor Glenn Youngkin gave his opinion on controversial issues facing the education system in the Commonwealth.
ArtsFest in the West returned for its 10th year at Western Albemarle High School on Friday night.
It’s been decades since employees of Charlottesville City Schools were able to negotiate as a collective bargaining unit, but that's now changed.
Thursday is Read Across America Day, and students and teachers in the area are getting in on all the fun reading has to offer.
Debora Collins has been in education for more than 40 years.
The UVA Center for Politics announced former Republican Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming will be a Professor of Practice at the center.
Construction on the 52,000-square-foot building is set to wrap up in the coming weeks, with kids starting after-school activities at the club in April.
Chase Luck, a member of the Louisa County High School baseball team, died in the crash. Four other students were hurt.
ACPS middle schools will be moving to a new schedule next year, operating on an A-day, B-day schedule, alternating math and language arts
On Monday, Albemarle County hosted historically black colleges and universities at a college-readiness expo and planning workshop for high school students.
Charlottesville City Schools started the search for teachers early. on Saturday, CCS hosted a job fair at Charlottesville High School.
Charlottesville City Schools is looking to hire teachers, substitutes, crossing guards, nutritionists, and custodial staff.
Albemarle County Public Schools bought its first electric bus a month ago using funds from a government grant.
Members of the Charlottesville community are asked to help create a vision for the future of the city’s school division.
On Wednesday night, Albemarle High School hosted a community forum to address the students' learning environment.
So far this year, 25 fights have broken out at Albemarle High School, but Principal Darah Bonham says that number is down.
Superintendent Dr. Matthew Haas requested $257.3 million for the upcoming school year.
At a meeting of the Albemarle County School Board last week, Superintendent Dr. Matthew Haas presented a division funding request of $257.3 million.
Superintendent Dr. Matthew Haas says this budget should not come as a surprise to the board or the community.
During this event, the county will be looking to certify more culturally-responsive teachers and hire some much-needed staff.
Greene County Technical Schools celebrates faculty, students, and alumni during CTE Month.
The Virginia Education System is making headlines again as Governor Glenn Youngkin's administration pushes back on what's called a Black Lives Matter toolkit.
More than 56,000 people have applied to UVA, making the number of applicants for the Class of 2027 10 percent higher than last year.