By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — More than half of West Virginia teachers missed more than 10 days of school last year, according to research by the state Department of Education.
Across the state, 52.75 percent of teachers missed more than 10 days, according to the research.
The prior year’s number was 52.46.
The year before that it was 51.44.
And in 2016 it was 50.83.
“The impact is that kids need to be in their...