35.7 F
Tysons
Monday, December 5, 2022

virtual learning

Number of Arlington students staying ‘virtual’ set to plunge

The number of Arlington Public Schools students using the “virtual-learning” option for the coming school year will be down more than 90 percent from last year, according to new figures, owing largely in a change to how online learning...

Arlington prepping task force on virtual-learning efforts

A little over two months after School Board members killed off the Arlington Public Schools’ virtual-learning program for the coming school year, the school system is gearing up to appoint a task force to study future moves. May 6 at...

Editor’s Notebook: Hard to noodle this one through

She’s been in office a few weeks now, but I’m still considering Arlington School Board member Mary Kadera something of a riddle wrapped up in an enigma (wrapped up in a COVID mask). Consider last Thursday’s board meeting. One of the...

School Board puts virtual-learning program on hiatus for year

The nearly 600 students in Arlington Public Schools’ virtual-learning program may have come away from the Feb. 17 School Board meeting feeling abandoned by school-system leadership. But those leaders said the more appropriate long-term strategy is not to continue a...

Letter: Ending virtual-learning program would be horrific

Editor: On Feb. 2, Arlington Superintendent Francisco Durán abruptly recommended pausing the VLP (Virtual Learning Program) for the coming school year, “to allow for planning for a better program by the principal,” and replacing it with a program provided...
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Editor’s Notebook: Leave in the sex and violence; kids can handle it

Let's take the wayback machine not too far back (to some of us) to this last month of 1984. The...
- Advertisement -