Knowledge is Power

You Are Still Black: Charlottesville’s Racial Divide Hinders Students

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — This New York Times article was reported and written in a collaboration with ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative journalism organization.

ARTICLE – By Erica L. Green and Annie Waldman – Oct. 16, 2018

Albemarle Equity Report Will be Foundational to Strategic Planning

View the article and the report by clicking the image below. Since the publication of the article, the division has hired more equity education specialists, implemented an equity checklist and adopted an anti-racism policy, among other changes aimed at closing opportunity gaps.

R.A.C.E. Restructuring Albemarle and Charlottesville’s Equity

By Elizabeth Holmes| August 16, 2020 at 7:08 PM EDT – Updated August 16 at 7:08 PM

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – A new podcast hopes to shed light onto Charlottesville and Albemarle County’s history of racial inequity in new ways.

Still Separate Still Unequal

LESSON PLAN – By Keith Meatto – May 2, 2019

Includes six activities for students to investigate school segregation and educational inequality.

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Other Articles of Interest

Area’s public preschool programs expand eligibility criteria ahead of new school year – Daily Progress

C4 childcare initiative launches, needs volunteers, employees, space – NBC29

Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia reopening in September – CBS19

Books on Bikes’ group asks for funds to deliver books to children during virtual learning – Cville Tomorrow

Keeping Kids Motivated for Online Learning – Common Sense Media

What should your child learn this year? Homeschool Grade Guide – Today

12 Best Tutoring Services for 2020 –

School systems plan changes for meal programs to provide during virtual learning – Daily Progress

Charlottesville and Albemarle County preschools prepare for virtual start – NBC29

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