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September-10-2015

Logan Spanish instructor wins W.Va. Teacher of the Year award
Staff reports, The Charleston Gazette-Mail

A Logan County Spanish teacher was named 2016 West Virginia Teacher of the Year during a ceremony and dinner Wednesday night in Charleston.

Andrea Santos, who teaches at Logan High School, was selected by a committee appointed by state Superintendent of Schools Michael Martirano, according to a release issued by the state Department of Education.

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September-09-2015

State Board adopts Fayette school plan, SBA is next
By Alex Wiederspiel , MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The State Board of Education voted 6-3 in favor of adopting the Fayette County consolidation plan proposed by Superintendent Terry George, which would eliminate merge four high schools into one in the Oak Hill area.

During a meeting in Fayetteville last night, many expressed support for the school plan, but there was an outcry from Meadow Bridge...

September-09-2015

State Board of Education hears comments on large consolidated Fayette school
By Sarah Plummer, Register-Herald Reporter

FAYETTEVILLE — After hearing from 42 Fayette County residents during a public comment period, State Board of Education President Michael Green said the board has a "serious decision and serious consideration" ahead of them today as they vote on future of Fayette County Schools.

The board will reconvene in Charleston at 10 a.m. today to...

September-08-2015

Washington State Supreme Court: Charter schools are unconstitutional
After nearly a year of deliberation, the state Supreme Court ruled late Friday afternoon that charter schools are not constitutional.
By John Higgins, Seattle Times education reporter

After nearly a year of deliberation, the state Supreme Court ruled 6-3 late Friday afternoon that charter schools are unconstitutional, creating chaos for hundreds of families whose children have...

September-08-2015

‘Chamber’s agenda’ goal of legislative leaders
By David Gutman, Political Reporter, Charleston Gazette-Mail

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — The Republican-controlled West Virginia Legislature will push a new intermediate court of appeals, public charter schools, a forced pooling bill for natural gas development, a flatter personal income tax and a “right to work” law during the 2016 Legislative session.

Republican leaders of the House and the Senate gave a...

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