Category: Education

Richmond magazine August 2018 Issue

Spotlight on two features in the Private School Guide and several blurbs for Best & Worst 2018.


Episode 2: Dollars & Delegates

“Dollars & Delegates” discusses the breakdown of Virginia’s proposed K-12 budgets, and why leaders in Giles County believe legislators are out of touch on what rural school districts need.


Episode 1: Roots

“Roots” describes the southwestern region of Virginia through firsthand accounts of those who live there. Strong feelings about the issues that Giles County Public Schools face from chronic underfunding come to light through its school […]


Dollar for Dollar: Former Governor’s budget, if passed, would still fall short in Virginia’s Appalachian schools

Former Gov. McAuliffe’s “Caboose Bill” could bring $1 billion to schools in the Commonwealth. Southwestern Virginia districts say that it’s still not enough.


Females forge a new STEM culture

Education programs in the Richmond, Va. region work to bridge the gender gap in male-dominated STEM careers.


Unmasking Underrepresentation


Find the Right Fit

Click through the map to find K-12 STEM programs in Virginia.


St. Catherine’s School students solve mock crime scene mystery

St. Catherine’s School and St. Christopher’s School students learn what it takes to solve a murder.


Championing for Mayor: Constituents discuss their support

This podcast includes interviews from Richmond, Va. voters from the watch parties of Joe Morrissey, Jack Berry and Mayor-Elect Levar Stoney. 


Morrissey, Mosby square off on financing RPS

 Mayoral candidate Michelle Mosby attacked fellow candidate Joe Morrissey’s education plan, stating that he has consistently failed.