The Fairfax County School Board is continuing to weigh what advanced
academics mean in the system, authorizing a scope of study this week
that it hopes will provide better information about how
Some teachers in Fairfax County say they are frustrated because they're
being spread too thin. Listen to and watch this 2 minute report.
Dan Hale has been a teacher in Fairfax County Public Schools for 20
years, but he’s never felt or seen his colleagues as overwhelmed as they
Amendments to Fairfax Superintendent Jack Dale's $2.5 billion proposed Fiscal Year 2014 budget
Fairfax County School Board members voted Thursday to expand the system's Advanced Academic Program Centers to three additi
A rough start with online math books has led
administrators in Fairfax County to order hard copy books for all
180,000 students, according to the school board.
Fairfax County school board members said Monday they weren't ready to
commit to an expansion of the school system's Advanced Academic Program
Centers until there was broader discussion about th
Fairfax County school officials will take a
hard look Monday at whether the county's most elite high school is
enrolling the wrong students.
To the Editor:
There is a new math ‘series’ that is being implemented in Fairfax
County Public Schools, currently. It is an online disaster that could
have been avoided.
Shortly after the start of the school year in September, Kirsten
Rucker had scheduled an X-ray appointment for one of her twin sons —
both juniors at Oakton High School — after class.