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Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Winners Announced

State Competition to be held in Richmond on Saturday, March 14, 2020.

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Cracking Down on Predatory Student Lenders

Northern Virginia lawmakers hope to regulate student-loan servicing companies.

Sen. Janet Howell (D-32) and Del. Marcus Simon (D-53) have introduced a bill they call the Borrowers Bill of Rights, which would use the power of the State Corporation Commission to crack down on what they call the egregious practices of student loan servicing companies.

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A Mainstay of the Reston Community

Robert E. Simon, Jr. Children's Center marks 30th anniversary.

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YMCA Celebrates 20th Annual Community Gala

Red carpet event raises funds to support ever-growing needs.

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A Jewel With Uncomfortable Truths in Herndon

Cast reactions to staged reading of ‘Herndon Town,’ part of 2019 Herndon Arts Week.

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School Notes

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The Year of Panther Power at Langston Hughes Middle School

"One Community, One Family" during construction.

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Looking Cool for School in Herndon and Reston

Salon gives free haircuts to local students.

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Karen Corbett Sanders Elected Fairfax County School Board Chair

Tamara Derenak Kaufax elected Vice Chair.

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Virginia Governor Signs Law Banning All Tobacco Products at School

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Learning English at Reston Library

Staff coordinates classes and schedules while working with volunteer instructors.

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Virginians Are Split on Arming Teachers

Reflecting geographic differences.

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Virginia Faculty Members Lobby Legislators on Higher Education

Focus on reform, plus money for salary increases, boosting tuition assistance and increasing student access to higher education.

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Education Issues Take Center Stage

Constituents tell lawmakers to increase teacher pay; ERA, $15 minimum wage and more.

Teachers deserve a pay raise, and Virginia desperately needs to hire more school counselors. These were two of the most prevalent concerns voiced by constituents to members of the Fairfax County legislative delegation, the largest in the Virginia General Assembly.

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