Martirano wants Tomblin to veto school calendar bill
By Shauna Johnson
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Opposition to the bill allowing for new ways to meet West Virginia’s school instructional requirement of 180 days is coming from Dr. Michael Martirano, state superintendent of schools.
“It should be vetoed the way it’s written currently,” Martirano said of the school calendar bill on Tuesday’s MetroNews “Talkline.”
“I think that, right now, with the state...