By The Associated Press
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Initial performance audits of West Virginia schools will begin Monday as part of a new statewide assessment program.
The audits involve onsite visits of all schools by the Office of Education Performance Audits over the next two years. They will provide Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, the state Legislature and the West Virginia Board of Education an overall view of performance.
Among the reasons for the visits are to identify...