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April-24-2014

By Kera Mashek 
WCHSTV.com

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Kanawha County school board is dropping a proposal to start a dress code for teachers.

The dress code would've given school principals the power to limit the days teachers could wear blue jeans. There would've also been restrictions on t-shirts, tattoos, piercings, and even facial hair. The dress code was supposed to go before the school board for a vote Thursday night, but has been taken off the agenda due to a "lack of...

April-23-2014

By The Associated Press

A nonprofit coalition is urging Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to restore $1 million in state funding for early childhood and other family resource programs.

The Our Children, Our Future campaign to end child poverty said Wednesday it has requested a meeting with Tomblin and is seeking to have the funding reconsidered at an upcoming legislative special session.

The cuts included $388,000 for domestic violence-related programs, $250,000 for in-home family...

April-23-2014

By Beth Christian Broschart - Staff Writer 
The Inter-Mountain

BUCKHANNON - U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., returned to West Virginia Wesleyan College Tuesday, bringing broadcasting legend Ted Koppel along for a forum encouraging students to get involved in public service.

"In the 1960s this notion of public service was a hot item," Koppel, who served as the forum's moderator, said. "It is not today. Tell these young people why public service is so important."

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April-22-2014

By The Huntington Herald-Dispatch

SOUTH CHARLESTON -- Training at the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI) is providing dozens of teachers in 12 counties across West Virginia the tools and skills they need to deliver interactive lessons to their students, according to a news release.

In collaboration with NASA Independent Verification and Validation's Educator Resource Center, RCBI and Marshall University's June Harless Center delivered a one-day...

April-22-2014

By Marla Pisciotta 
Cumberland Times-News

ROMNEY, W.Va. — West Virginia Board of Education President Gayle Manchin responded to issues at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind during an interview with the Times-News Wednesday morning.

Manchin confirmed that the state intends to keep the schools in Romney despite concerns of child care workers that Schools Superintendent Lynn Boyer was hired to move the schools.

“We are fortunate to have this quality...

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