UMW poll shows most Virginians grade their local school district school high (WINA)

A 1000-person poll done by Research America for the University of Mary Washington Center for Leadership and Media Studies shows Virginians, for the most part, happy with their schools. Center Director Dr. Stephen Farnsworth says the survey shows 40-percent of Virginians grading their local school districts “A” or “B”, and 26-percent “C”.