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Virtual Learning Program

Editorial: Audit lays bare shortcomings of ‘virtual-learning’ effort

There wasn’t much doubt that the Arlington school system’s effort, for the 2021-22 school year, of offering “virtual” education for students who were unable or unwilling to go back into classrooms was a wreck. Even School Board members admitted it,...

Editor’s Notebook: Heck, it’s only worth a dollar any more, anyway

I want to thank the clerk at the 7-Eleven at North Glebe Road near Thomas Jefferson Middle School for asking if I’d take it before handing me a $2 bill as part of change from getting what my mother...

Audit heaps criticism on APS’s virtual-learning effort

An audit of Arlington Public Schools’ calamitous start to its virtual-learning program (“VLP”) during the 2021-22 school year was about as damning as expected, with school-system leadership responding to it by accepting some blame but also suggesting they did...
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‘Old School’ column: The deluge!

Yes, I know this has been a banner year for that wet stuff falling from the sky, but the...
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