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February-02-2017

Perry named state board member; Campbell willing to be president
By Jeff Jenkins, WV MetroNews

UPDATE 9:00 p.m Wednesday — Gov. Justice has named longtime Fayette County educator Dave Perry to one of the two open spots on the board. Perry was a 16-year member of the House of Delegates. He’ll be sworn-in with three other new board members at an emergency board meeting scheduled for Thursday morning.

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — State Board of Education member Tom...

February-01-2017

Governor Justice responds to school board resignations via Twitter
By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — We’re in a new age, where elected figures can tell you what they’re thinking in a series of tweets.

Gov. Jim Justice just appointed three new members to the state school board and now will appoint two more after Tuesday night’s...

February-01-2017

Green and Jackson step down from roles on state BOE
By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Mike Green, president of the state school board, and Lloyd Jackson, the vice president, have resigned their positions effective immediately.

Last week, new Gov. Jim Justice named three new school board members. Replacements for Green and Jackson would be the fourth and fifth Justice appointees to the nine-member board.

Justice has said he would...

February-01-2017

With resignations, big changes on state Board of Education
By Ryan Quinn, The Charleston Gazette-Mail

The president and vice president of the West Virginia Board of Education have resigned effective immediately, according to a news release sent out around 7 p.m. Tuesday by the state Department of Education’s spokeswoman.

The move comes after Gov. Jim Justice, who was inaugurated Jan. 16, appointed board member Bill White as director of the state’s Herbert...

January-31-2017

West Virginia Board of Education President Michael Green and Vice President Lloyd Jackson resigned their positions with the State Board effective immediately.

Green and Jackson issued the following statements:

Michael Green:

I was asked to serve on the State School Board back in 2009 by Governor Manchin. I do not come from the “education community”. My years of experience come as a result of being a successful technologist, business...

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