West Virginia on the hunt for state superintendent -- again
By Shauna Johnson, WV MetroNews
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Two years after the hiring of Michael Martirano, West Virginia is in the market for a new state superintendent of schools.
Martirano’s resignation, which he submitted Tuesday citing family reasons, takes effect June 30, 2017, allowing time for a replacement to be hired to lead the state Department of Education.
Whoever is brought on board...