Martirano: Students will work through 180th day
By Carrie Houdosek, WV MetroNews
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Summer break for some West Virginia schools began last week, but other students won’t be getting out until mid-June because of the state law requiring 180 instructional days.
“We have to maximize the instructional time,” said state Superintendent Michael Martirano. “So making certain kids are in school every day, that we’re maximizing the time on task, is...