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February-06-2018

Faculty senates in Mon County to convene on action authorization vote Tuesday
By Alex Wiederspiel, WV MetroNews

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — As faculty senates prepare to convene Tuesday in Monongalia County on an action authorization vote, Monongalia County School Superintendent Frank Devono is hopeful these types of steps will help avert the first teacher work stoppage in 28 years.

“I certainly respect the local union’s willingness to want to be...

February-05-2018

With acrimony -- and teachers watching -- Senate advances 1 percent raise
Phil Kabler, Charleton Gazette-Mail

With more of a sense of acrimony than accomplishment, the West Virginia Senate passed 33-0, and sent to the House, Senate Bill 267, which gives teachers five consecutive 1 percent pay raises, while providing back-to-back 1 percent raises for other state employees and school service personnel.

Senate Democrats called the raises inadequate, and...

February-02-2018

Teachers making noise about pay, other issues
By Jeff Jenkins, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Hundreds of teachers stood together outside of Kanawha County schools Friday in a show of solidarity as frustration increases with a proposed one percent pay raise, health insurance concerns and other issues at the state capitol.

Kanawha County teachers took part in a walk-in at Montrose Elementary in South Charleston Friday morning.

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February-01-2018

Teachers in southern WV counties plan walkouts, rally
By Caity Coyne, Charleston Gazette-Mail

Educators in several Southern West Virginia counties won't show up to school on Friday. Instead, many will travel to the Capitol in an attempt to send a message to legislators as part of a walkout, according to local union leaders and school officials.

Schools will be closed in at least Logan, Mingo and Wyoming counties for the work stoppage, according to...

February-01-2018

Governor Justice says PEIA plans for dual state incomes will be revisited

By , WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gov. Jim Justice announced that the PEIA finance board will conduct public hearings on a proposal to reduce premiums for families that have dual state...

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