Early childhood leaders from all corners of the Commonwealth recently gathered in Richmond for the annual meeting of the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation.
A teacher is always learning with students, about students, from and for students. Teachers don't have all the answers, but they helps students find answers.
One thing I’ve learned about domestic violence is that if you don’t know the red flags, you won’t see them when they are waved in front of your face.
“He made me feel beautiful and unappreciated by others. Then he became jealous and controlling. My fear! His threats! My shame! Then…he murdered me! HEAR my words. SEE the signs. BECOME PROACTIVE in domestic violence awareness!"
A passion grew inside of me and I knew that I wanted to help others, speak out and dispel age old myths about domestic violence.
I still loved him and that should’ve been enough to carry us through any crisis, I thought.
I left. I walked out with the clothes on my back. I didn't know where I was going or if my family would help.
The Journal of Prison Education and Reentry (JPER), a peer-reviewed, open-access periodical, launches Oct. 13, timed to coincide with International Day of Education in Prison
A fire that damaged the roof at Southside Cremation Services on Crump Street in eastern Henrico was likely sparked by a “rather large body,” according to fire investigators.
Virginia legislators packed too many black voters into one congressional district in order to make adjacent districts safer for Republican incumbents, a federal court ruled this week.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) has signed Executive Order #30, directing all Virginia state agencies, authorities, commissions and other entities to make the necessary policy changes to comply with yesterday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision not to review the Fourth Circuit ...
Newport News, Hampton, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach were recently designated as high intensity drug-trafficking areas.
The first step in addressing domestic violence is acknowledging, as a society, that it is a problem and accepting the responsibility of addressing it, said Va. Attorney General Mark R. Herring.
Virginia State University received $3,249,817 to provide training in the wireless industry for veterans, dislocated and underemployed workers, which includes the Warriors4Wireless program, one of only two such programs in the U.S
A strong, bipartisan majority of Virginia voters approve of President Barack Obama’s military campaign against Islamic extremists in Iraq and Syria,