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April-10-2018

Nutrition manual repeal on agenda for upcoming WV school board meeting
Staff reports, Charleston Gazette-Mail

The West Virginia Board of Education meets at 10 a.m. Wednesday, and a recommended vote to repeal its “Policies of Operation Manual, Child Nutrition Programs,” is on its meeting agenda.

The recommendation comes from the state Department of Education, which the school board oversees.

An attachment to the agenda states that the policy is “...

April-07-2018

WV teacher strike helped spark similar movements in Oklahoma, beyond
By Maria Young Staff writer

Weeks before Oklahoma teachers launched a statewide strike on April 2, many were watching the actions of their counterparts in West Virginia as the protests played out on national media.

“I was kind of shocked, because it seemed to me that they weren’t asking for too much. It made me open my eyes,” said Jessica Lightle, an alternative education teacher at...

April-05-2018

Acting secretary optimistic about transition ahead for state Department of Education and the Arts
By Shauna Johnson, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The acting secretary for the West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts, which will soon be dissolved, foresees no major obstacles in the path toward its elimination under a new state law.

“I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the agencies as I’ve walked in,” said Clayton Burch,...

March-27-2018

March 27, 2018 - For Immediate Release
WVEA Communications Staff

WVEA-PAC endorses pro-education candidates for WV Legislature

The West Virginia Education Association-Political Action Committee (WVEA-PAC) recommends the following candidates for the WV Legislature in the May 8 Primary Election.

“WVEA-PAC believes, based on past performances and responses to interview questions, these...

March-26-2018

PEIA Task Force looks to use 3 committees to better understand program’s shortcomings
By WV MetroNews Staff

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Members of the PEIA Task Force are hoping to use the weeks leading up to its April meeting to learn more about the state’s health insurance program and ways to make improvements to plans.

The 29-member body announced last week it has been...

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