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The early education program helps prepare students for K-12 education, but more than 800 are waiting for services.
Officials say no funding for consultant as school board members say there is a "facilities crisis and a capacity crisis."
Superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools had surgery for an aortic aneurysm May 7.
Dale underwent surgery for an aortic aneurism Tuesday evening.
Officials will sit down soon to discuss how to get kids early education — and fast.
Fairfax County's pre-kindergarten program will likely go another year without the funding it needs to shorten a wait list with hundreds of kids.
In ranking of top U.S. high schools, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology remains the top school in Virginia, but slips in national standing.
Employees have 8.66 percent less purchasing power than they did six years ago, they said, which may cause them to leave for jurisdictions with better compensation plans.
International pilot test could offer new way to measure student knowledge, but whether the program should be expanded in Fairfax, and how, is unclear
“We’re just growing too much,” Superintendent Jack Dale said Tuesday as talks began between county supervisors and school board members.
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