KATHERINE KNOTT/THE DAILY PROGRESS Charlottesville School Board members and division staff members listen during a budget work session Saturda…
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Mary Beth Tinker and her siblings wore black armbands to school in 1965 to protest the Vietnam War, defying a school ban. Tinker, who was 13 at the time, was suspended for the demonstration.
The student representatives will be non-voting members of the board but will have a chance to say how they would have voted on a particular matter. They'll also make short presentations at each meeting.
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Pay raises for teachers and other staff members make up more than half of that increase.
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Does "Passive Resistance" refer to "Massive Resistance light" or to nonviolent protest techniques used in the civil rights movement?