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12 outstanding teachers achieve Arch Coal awards, $1,000 from WVFIE for schools
By WVEA Staff

WVEA President Dale Lee joined Arch Coal officials Monday to deliver the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award to 12 outstanding West Virginia teachers.

During a ceremony and luncheon at the Clay Center in Charleston, Lee said it takes more than caring, knowledgeable and dedicated educators in our classrooms to ensure our students get all they can out of their...


Tomblin approves $7 million in higher education cuts
By Ryan Quinn, The Charleston Gazette

 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed the 2015-16 state budget bill Monday evening, but not before cutting roughly $2.8 million more from higher education than legislators had approved.


Common Core dialogue continues with town hall forums
By Erin Timony, The State Journal

Following the 2015 legislative session and the attempted repeal of Common Core, West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Michael Martirano said he will embark on a...


Hall, Mullins have concerns about snow day waivers
By Greg Carter, WVVA Evening News Anchor / Content Manager

CHARLESTON (WVVA) – Ninth District Senators Daniel Hall, R-Wyoming, and Jeff Mullins, R-Raleigh, are expressing their concerns about waiver process established by the State Board of Education for counties worst affected by winter storms.

West Virginia law requires all children have 180 instructional days per year. However, because of severe storms...


Education to be top priority of Legislature’s interim sessions
By Michael Erb, For The Intelligencer,The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register

CHARLESTON - West Virginia legislative leaders say education issues will be a top priority during the upcoming interim sessions.

Lawmakers plan to meet next month to set an interim meetings schedule for the summer and fall. Delegate Amanda Pasdon, R-Monongalia, chairwoman of the House Education Committee, said two...