By Al Dozier A delegation of educators from across the state showed up at the State House Dec. 12 to promote a “Teacher Bill of Rights” that calls for increased salaries and the elimination of “excessive and burdensome paperwork.” The effort comes at a time
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By Sara McCloskey RICHMOND, Va. – In a series of his first budget amendments since he took office, Governor Ralph Northam is proposing to add $268.7 million in education spending. The change could be a big boost for teachers. The Governor says $88 million of this
By Jordan Nelson West Virginia continues to suffer from a teacher shortage, an education official shared Monday, primarily due to teachers not being certified in the courses they teach. During the Joint Standing Committee on Education meeting, Michele Blatt, Assistant Superintendent for Support & Accountability for the