A report from the Lexington Institute is referenced in Dr. Elizabeth Primas’ article for The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint about how the Virginia Beach school district serves its military families. The area has “some of the highest percentages of military children in the country” and is one of the areas studied in the report. “A report from The Lexington Institute looks at how schools and districts with high percentages of military families are supporting students, who, on average, move every 2-3 years to far and distant places. Uprooting and moving so often is disruptive to a child’s educational progress, and it can stall their academic achievement,” Dr. Primas summarized.
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