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June-04-2021

A coalition of advocacy organizations representing West Virginia workers filed lawsuits to block retaliatory legislation that eliminates the right of union members to pay their dues through payroll deduction. The law, HB 2009, also prohibits employee sponsored insurance, cancer insurance, memorial funds or charitable and scholarship contributions to be paid for through payroll deduction. It is set to take effect June 17.

Filing lawsuits are organizations representing tens of thousands...

June-04-2021

CHARLESTON – Five local educators have been elected to the West Virginia Education Association Executive Committee.

Four members were elected to member-at-large positions on the executive committee, which is the governing board for the statewide association. They are:

  • John Quesenberry, a history teacher at Woodrow Wilson High School in Raleigh County.
  • Hillary O’Dell, a science teacher at Richwood High School in Nicholas County.
  • Angela...
May-20-2021

WVEA Member Builds Library with Students

Marshall-themed Little Free Library installed at Yeager Airport 
The Herald-Dispatch

May 14, 2021

Marshall University Libraries and the Cabell County Career Technology Center unveiled a Marshall-themed Little Free Library at Yeager Airport in Charleston on Thursday.

The kelly green, M-shaped library was created out of an idea by Kelli Johnson, associate university librarian at Marshall, who spotted a...

May-13-2021

WVEA Members Encouraged to Make Voices Heard

Evaluating superintendents, health care procedures, vaccines for students and competency testing were a few of the issues on the May 12 agenda of the West Virginia State Board of Education.

Some 4,000 students will be vaccinated next week since the Center for Disease Control (CDC) approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children ages 12-15.

The board discussed pedagogical standards related to SB 14, which was...

May-10-2021

While everyone has been impacted by the events of the last 12 months, things have been particularly distressing for children and youth – perhaps even more so for those who already experience issues at home as so many West Virginia children do.

WVEA member Kim Browning is a school counselor for preschool through 2nd grade students in Mason County. He says this pandemic has been especially hard for the youngest of our students.

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