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Youngkin: ‘Plenty of money’ in Virginia for more tax cuts, key investments
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) said he will call a special session for the state budget “as soon as we need one,” urging lawmakers to work together to send him a spending deal as quickly as they can.
New apprenticeship program lends certification, skills training for youths
BEDFORD — Josh Weeks, owner of Wicked Diesel, a diesel and automotive repair facility at 1051 Orange St., recently became the first Bedford County business owner to register with the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry’s Youth Registered Apprenticeship Program.
Loudoun School Board Enacts Technology Restrictions Following Special Grand Jury Report
Loudoun Now, 4/13/23 … The School Board on April 11 voted to change a policy on students using technology responsibly, one of seven policies recommended for change by a special grand jury in its December report.
Norfolk School Board to vote again on Booker T. Washington HS feasibility study
NORFOLK — More than three years after the Norfolk School Board approved conducting a study of what to do with Booker T. Washington High School, the board will vote again next week to resolve lingering confusion about what the study should do.
A total of $220,481 in grant funding along with $127,491 of in-kind funding will go to public schools in Henry and Patrick counties and the city of Martinsville to serve students in grades 6 through 12 who are not able to function in the regular school environment. The grant funding is provided through the Department of Education.
The 2023 School Law Conference kicks off with a presentation from the Division of Public Safety Training and the Virginia Center for School and Campus Safety on preventative behavioral threat assessment in an educational setting. Following this presentation is a session on special education. Next, hear about teachers’ free speech rights after the Supreme Court Case Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. To close out, there will be a legislative update from the VSBA Legislative Team. Register Today!
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