As Virginia voters prepare for a statewide election this fall, join political analyst Tom Sherwood and the Kojo Show team for a community conversation about where the Commonwealth fits into debates about gun rights and gun violence — and how views about these issues shape broader attitudes about politics in our region.
Loudoun County school board members are debating a contentious plan to redraw school enrollment boundaries. The plan would reverse a 2011 change which bused the county’s poor and English language learners to wealthier schools. The new plan would instead keep students in their local schools, with the result that minority students would be concentrated in two schools. We explore the issues.
- Armando Trull Senior News Reporter, WAMU 88.5
- Eric DeKenipp Catoctin District Representative, Loudoun County School Board
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