School systems may be in bind to meet 180-day requirement
By WV MetroNews Staff
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It appears it’s going to be difficult for county boards of education to get special waivers to allow them to miss the 180 instructional days required in state law.
State Board of Education President Gayle Manchin released the following statement Friday:
“The West Virginia Board of Education remains firm on the importance of providing students 180...