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Search Tags: Fairfax County Public Schools
Fairfax County Public Schools are continuing to grow. Another 2,120 new students are expected to enroll next fall.
As the Fairfax County School Board looks to its 2012 budget, teachers and their unions are considering ways to force change to the system they deem essential.
Va. Delegates Adam Ebbin and David Englin are proposing two bills aimed at bullying, both inside and outside of schools.
In the midst of lean economic times and budget cuts, Fairfax County Public Schools is teaming up with a county business organization to develop a new method to raise funds.
Virginia plans to change the way textbooks are chosen after embarrassing errors turned up in a history book used in state classrooms.
A Fairfax County schools administrator is seeking tens of millions from county coffers to give teachers a raise, which immediately received criticism from the schools governing body.
The economic recession is not bad news for everyone, as a local school district seeks to take advantage of lowered construction prices for tens of millions in new developments.
It was not Snowmageddon. But Thursday's bad weather did give school officials across the region a big decision: Do they open, close, delay or dismiss early?
A certain something in the air caused quite a stir for a Fairfax County middle school Wednesday morning.
There's a bit of a stir over a memo sent out by Montgomery County's school superintendent that could be creating some ripples across the Potomac.