A sampling of Fairfax County freshmen outperformed their peers across
the country on a new test that measures how students compare around the
world in math, reading and science.
Students at George C. Marshall High School will have access by next
year to a commodity not available to most of their peers in Fairfax
County: a made-from-scratch school lunch.
Dale comments: We have a choice to make necessary changes to the profession or to
continue to frustrate the educators who are doing exceptional work with
limited time and resources.
Virginia’s ambitious program to compensate teachers based on
performance has encountered its first hurdle: Only 6 percent of eligible
schools have elected to participate.