The University of Virginia is delaying both when some in-person classes start and when undergraduates can move in to residence halls in response to an uptick in COVID-19 cases. Students react to the decision.
Annual school accreditation will be waived for the 2021-2022 school year, the Virginia Department of Education announced Tuesday. Schools will be given a rating of ‘Accreditation Waived,” the same given to schools for the 2020-2021 school year in April.
Roughly three million adolescents seek mental health services from school, but with many schools transitioning to a virtual learning model, how can parents and teachers help spot signs of a student in need of help from home?
Saturday, current and former Henrico County students with the group Students for a Change gathered with HCPS staff, community leaders, and school board members at the Henrico recreational center to address the resource and opportunity disparities that exist between eastern and western Henrico.
While most major public school systems in the greater Richmond area have announced plans for virtual instruction for fall 2020, area private schools are looking to open their doors for face-to-face instruction with students in the next several weeks.
After a 90-minute student-led virtual town hall discussing the need for student resource officers in Richmond Public Schools Superintendent announced that he would recommend to the school board that they remove all SRO’s from schools and replace them with mental health professionals Tuesday afternoo
With school districts across the commonwealth announcing their decision to open virtually for the start of the 2019-2020 school year amidst concerns over the pandemic, more parents are deciding to take education and safety matters into their own hands by enrolling their children into home school.
At least 80 cars showed up for an “Only When It’s Safe” car rally in Hanover County. The rally was organized by Safe Return to Learn-Hanover, an organization asking school leaders to listen to the concerns of teachers and staff.
The nation’s 10th largest school system, which faced criticism from the Trump administration for offering only two days a week of in-person instruction in the fall, is now backing away from offering any in-person learning.
As school leaders in Chesterfield County and the City of Richmond have voted to for students to continue remote learning to begin the 2020-2021 school year, Hanover County Public Schools will offer ‘parents choice.' Families can choose between students learning online or returning to in person class
Even with a fresh victory on behalf of international student access, U.S. universities fear they’re losing a broader battle over the nation’s reputation as place that embraces and fosters the world’s best scholars.
The University of Virginia is sharing more steps it is taking to keep everyone safe this fall. The plan lays out a list of actions students are required to take before returning to grounds and it includes taking a mandatory COVID-19 test.
Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras released a statement on the violence in the city after three RPS students and a parent were involved in five shootings that occurred within the span of seven hours.