There’s a push to have a longtime Midlothian teacher put back on the list of potential names for a new elementary school in the county.
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The battle over abortion clinic regulations and whether to require the clinics maintain hospital-like standards has been going on for years.
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Republicans are seeing criticism and support after proposing their version of a comprehensive healthcare bill.
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A bill that would require high schoolers to learn the meaning of legal consent is heading to the governor’s desk.
Education leaders from around the state came to Richmond on Thursday for the first ever “Teacher of Color” Summit.
Lawmakers say it’s an attempt to help students most in need at struggling schools across the state.
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There are serious concerns over state funding for special education students in private schools. That includes The Faison Center in Richmond…