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While this graduating class missed out on several milestones after the COVID-19 pandemic sent them home in March of their junior year and hybrid learning cost them a traditional senior year, there were only smiles Thursday and Friday as they celebrated together and finally walked across the stage to receive their diplomas.

As Virginia’s public school population grew in the past decade, driven by the expanding Latino population in Virginia, so did segregation by race and class, researchers at Virginia Commonwealth and Pennsylvania State universities have found. Virginia’s public school students also lack equal access to Advanced Placement courses, according to the pair of studies issued in late April.

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Because of the pandemic, several plant stores have been forced to host virtual classes and workshops in place of in-person events.

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