Despite concerns, State Board Ok's Charter School policy that hurts students
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — WVEA members Kelly Bryant, Kennedy Moore, Claire Jones, Kimberly Tenney and Craig Mason are among the finalists for the 2022 West Virginia Teacher of the Year a
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Education officials explain how school systems can use coronavirus relief funds
(*Editor’s Note: WVEA believes charter school companies should work within the current framework to establish a charter school and that charter schools should not take money from existing classroom
Judge grants restraining order; WVEA vows to continue fight for rights
Teacher retention and supporting the learning needs of both students and educators. Those should be the priorities West Virginia Education Association (WVEA) President Dale Lee told West Virginia
West Virginia’s public schools are set to receive over $760 million dollars in federal funding to help them recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, and West Virginia Education Association President Dal
Union Coalition Lawsuit Challenging Worker’s Right to Payroll Deduction Filed, Hearing Set for June 14
A coalition of advocacy organizations representing West Virginia workers filed lawsuits to block retaliatory legislation that eliminates the right of union members to pay their dues through payroll
CHARLESTON – Five local educators have been elected to the West Virginia Education Association Executive Committee.