Category Archives: Education

VCU Study Jumps to Unsubstantiated Conclusions

Richmond-area schools suspend black students at four times the rate of white students, a gap that exceeds the national average, a study by the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education has found. The findings have been duly reported by the … Continue reading

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An Education Where Students Have Skin in the Game

The Cristo Rey Network, a chain of Catholic schools, has enrolled its first class of 105 students on the former campus of Benedictine High School in Richmond, creating an affordable private-school alternative for dozens of low-income black and Hispanic youth. … Continue reading

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NEA embraces the woke agenda — but votes down “student learning”

By Nat Malkus and RJ Martin (Editor’s Note: Teachers in Virginia who belong to their local Virginia Education Association unit also belong to the National Education Association, and a portion of their dues goes to the NEA, which is why … Continue reading

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Cristo Rey Offers New High School Choice for Richmond Students In Need

(Editor’s Note:  The Cristo Rey school set to open in September will provide a new opportunities for at risk students … not only in education but in preparation for life.  Not only is the school partnering with a large number … Continue reading

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Want to Stop the Insanity? Focus on Education

How many shake their heads every time they listen to the news? If you are like me, you wonder what in the world is going on in our society today. It seems everything has become so politically partisan. When it … Continue reading

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