Charlottesville City Schools students Hannah Beverly-Stone (left) and Karolyn Jasper (center) work on Fujitsu tablets with teacher Sara Haxter (right). The division is nearing the end of the four-year contract that brought the tablets—one for every middle and high school student—into the schools at a total cost of $2.4 million. Photo: Charlottesville City Schools

As the city schools’ tablet contract nears its end, focus is on the future of student devices

Charlottesville City Schools have one more half-million-dollar payment to make on the contract that put a Fujitsu touch-screen tablet in the hands of every middle and high school student in the division in 2012, and while the aging computing devices have been criticized as glitchy and slow, the division says it’s committed to the one-to-one […]

Photo by Robert Llewellyn

Best of C-VILLE 2014: The winners

The votes are counted and the winners are in. C-VILLE Weekly readers have named their picks for the best Charlottesville has to offer, from restaurants to fitness classes to doctors, parks, and music venues. Did your favorites top the list? Check out the full issue on the stands or right here online.