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January-31-2018

Rolling walkouts possible from teachers; Armstead says work underway to address concerns
By Jeff Jenkins, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Leadership in the House of Delegates is working on options to address the concerns of teachers over a proposed one percent pay increase and increased costs in health insurance.

House of Delegates Speaker Tim Armstead (R-Kanawha) said during an appearance on MetroNews “Talkline” Tuesday the concerns...

January-31-2018

Harrison teachers rally together in frustration of PEIA, pay increase
By Brittany Murray, WV MetroNews

MEADOWBROOK, W.Va. — Harrison County teachers are building momentum to rally in Charleston in opposition to PEIA and the one percent pay increase proposed by Gov. Jim Justice.

Roughly 400 teachers attended a meeting at Jewel City Church in Meadowbrook Tuesday night to...

January-30-2018

Mingo, Logan school employees planning 1-day walkout; others may join

The president of the West Virginia Education Association’s Mingo County arm said large majorities of Mingo’s public school professional and service personnel, including teachers,...

January-30-2018

Mercer County educators meet on potential strike vote
By Mike McCullough, WV MetroNews

PRINCETON, W.Va. — The home side of Princeton Senior High School’s gymnasium was full Monday as concerned educators gathered ahead of a potential strike authorization vote.

Mercer County Education Association President Allen Kade took the microphone answering questions and addressing concerns.

“There’s so much misinformation about strikes on...

January-30-2018

Teachers rally, meeting to consider strike authorization votes
By Jeff Jenkins, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Strike authorization votes could come from teachers in a handful of West Virginia counties Monday evening as frustration grows with rising insurance costs and a proposed one percent pay increase in each of the next five years.

Teachers rallied Monday morning at several locations in Wyoming County. Parents and elected officials...

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