Washington and Lee and Southern Virginia University have partnered to form the Rockbridge Teacher Education Consortium (RTEC), the first new teacher education program to be approved by the State Board of Education in almost a quarter of a century.
Some children preparing to enter kindergarten at Central Elementary School in Lexington, Va., have received a helping hand from teacher education students at Washington and Lee University.
Washington and Lee's Teacher Education program is teaming up with Boxerwood Nature Center on a program to benefit local schools.
Rockbridge area K-12 teachers will be among those who benefit from a $20,000 grant to Washington and Lee University from the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC).
For children across Rockbridge County, school is still out for the summer. For their teachers, however, it’s back to the classroom. During July, eight Rockbridge County teachers were the pupils as they worked with Washington and Lee University faculty to strengthen how they teach science. As part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant (HHMI), […]
Local children attending summer camp this year at the Rockbridge County YMCA will find a variety of fun activities to occupy them, courtesy of teacher education students at Washington and Lee University.
Washington and Lee University students Abigail Mack Dean and Stephen M. Wilson will be recognized at the Celebrating Student Success (CSS) monthly presentation on Wednesday, Feb. 16, at 12:30 p.m. in the Marketplace in Elrod Commons.
Ben Stein, advisor to presidents on finance and economics, lawyer and actor, will give a talk at Washington and Lee University on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. in Lee Chapel. W&L's Contact Committee is sponsoring Stein's appearance.
Parents in Buena Vista who want extra reading help for their children now have a new way to practice at home, thanks to an innovative project developed by Washington and Lee University students.
Economics 236, the Economics of Education, explored the connections between education and larger issues, such as economic growth, personal wages, crime and health, with specific attention to the minority-white achievement gap.