The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)
• A judge ordered Loudoun County Public Schools to release a report it commissioned on its own handling of a pair of high-profile sexual assaults that became an issue in the 2021 gubernatorial campaign. Attorney General Jason Miyares was seeking the document, arguing it was not protected by attorney-client privilege as Loudoun school officials have claimed.—WUSA9
• Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced he was eliminating college degree requirements and preferences for most classified jobs in state government.—Richmond Times-Dispatch
• “They were taught that public schools are evil. Then a Virginia couple defied their families and enrolled their kids.”—Washington Post
• Non-emergency calls to Arlington’s emergency communications center will soon be answered by an automated system developed by Amazon Web Services, with artificial intelligence features coming later.—ARLnow
• Shenandoah County Public Schools repaid $140,000 in federal COVID-19 relief money it “received by mistake.”—Northern Virginia Daily
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