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Letter: APS boundary process doesn’t put needs of youth first

Editor: Arlington Public Schools (APS) recently sent out a message stating that “social-emotional learning” and mental health are “priorities.” Unfortunately, the mental health of kids in our neighborhood does not seem to be a priority for APS. The school system...

APS leaders promising limited boundary tweaks

Arlington school leaders say they remain committed to restraining school-boundary changes over the coming year to the minimum necessary, and have promised to keep affected families in the communication loop throughout the process. Arlington Public Schools officials on Oct. 11...

Downscaled boundary-adjustment process likely this fall

Arlington’s public-school leadership has so much on its return-to-classrooms plate already – ya think? – that a massive boundary-adjustment process is just not in the cards for now. School officials are planning for “only those adjustments that must be done,’...

Editor’s Notebook: If you really wanted fair school boundaries …

Say it with me: Equity-equity-equity-equity-equity-equity-equity. Though still the rage among some, it’s a buzzword on its way to be smothered by overuse, much as “mindfulness” was killed off a couple of years ago. (Anyone have ANY idea what “mindfulness” meant?...
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Q&A: Creative team details new work focused on women’s struggles

Theatre on the Run in Arlington from Oct. 14-23 will host “Unprotected,” a modern-day drama about the struggles women...
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