By Samuel Speciale, Education reporter
Michael Martirano, West Virginia’s “soon-to-be” superintendent of schools, is all about first impressions.
In a press conference Tuesday where Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and state Board of Education President Gayle Manchin introduced him to the public, Martirano said he encourages his students to make lasting impressions on the world.
He used his first appearance in West Virgina to make several promises he knows will be challenging to...