BRISTOL, Va. — A recent study revealed that state funding to public schools is now less than it was before the Great Recession of 2008. That results in gaps for scholarships, accessories for teachers and other essential funding elements, but a group in the city is filling in those funding gaps.
On Thursday, the Bristol Virginia Public Schools Foundation began its first Community Campaign, which Superintendent Dr. Mark Lineburg said will help the system continue to get more students into college and give teachers the tools they need to help broaden minds.
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