See something, say something: Anonymous tip lines successful in stopping possible school threats, attackers
School districts around the country are working to beef up security measures. This school year, safety of students is top of mind more than ever. That's why school systems like Roanoke City are having to rethink the way they do things.
‘Effective solutions:’ Virginia Education Association addresses teacher shortages
On Thursday, Governor Youngkin signed an Executive Directive to address those shortages. But some of the ideas set forth in the Directive did not offer serious investments that would move the needle on the issue, according to the President of the Virginia Education Association.
Should colleges be concerned with monkeypox spread on campuses?
Some health experts are concerned about the number of monkeypox cases in the U.S. as students are back to school. The CDC says there are more than 18,000 confirmed cases in the country. The Biden Administration declared it a public health emergency.
Lynchburg’s ‘Men2School’ shows support, encouragement on LCS’s first day of school
A group called “Men2School” is made up of church members, fraternities, and other organizations with the goal of helping kids start off on the right foot by holding up signs of encouragement and shouting messages of support.