VCU’s board members held a public hearing on tuition and fees this afternoon. Students only had three minutes to speak after an hour-and-a-half presentation.
Articles by Megan Pauly
A 2015 Virginia law required the state board of education to adopt regulations restricting the use of seclusion and restraint of students in public schools. There’s a public hearing on those regulations tomorrow morning.
WCVE News education reporter Megan Pauly chats with city reporter Roberto Roldan about the latest budget discussions for the city of Richmond, and local school board.
Members of Richmond’s school board disagree on who should lead the conversation about rezoning the districts’ schools.
Students in Richmond’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School had a special guest yesterday. Grammy award-winning artist and rapper Speech, with the hip hop group Arrested Development, paid a visit.
Petersburg Public Schools Superintendent Marcus Newsome announced his retirement effective June 30th during a press conference late Wednesday afternoon.
Following the deadly Charlottesville rally in 2017, then-Governor Terry McAuliffe announced emergency regulations limiting demonstrations near the Robert E. Lee statue on Monument Avenue. The state is now looking to make those emergency regulations permanent. They held a public hearing Wednesday.
After Governor Northam and Attorney General Herring admitted to appearing in blackface in the 1980s, a group of activists had an idea: pay Richmond-area students from historically black colleges and universities to dig into politicians’ yearbooks. They’re closing in on their $10,000 goal to fund the project.
Briana Harris is a junior at Virginia State University majoring in political science. She wants to become a lawyer and effect change through policy. And now she expects Northam to do the same.
Last year, a group of Virginia lawmakers prohibited schools from suspending kids in preschool through third grade for more than three days in most cases.