EDUCATION: At the midpoint of the 2020 legislative session, Governor Ralph Northam marked progress towards a stronger, fairer, and more inclusive Virginia: “Together, we’re expanding and strengthening our world class education system. I’ve proposed landmark funding to increase access to early childhood education, support K-12 students and teachers, and help low-income community college students get the job training skills they need.”
EDUCATION: Governor Ralph Northam recently highlighted his proposed $1 million investment to increase pathways for students to become science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educators at Virginia’s two public historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) through the national UTeach program.
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