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Literacy Program Unintentionally Pulling Resources From Special Education

As a side-effect of legislation passed earlier this year, 41 percent of special education aides in the state have moved into first grade literacy aide positions. 

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First PEIA Public Hearing Draws Criticism

The first of four public hearings held by the Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA) Monday drew criticism about changes to the plan. The embattled agency has struggled with fiscal solvency and most r...

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Justice Signs Education Bills With Grade Schoolers 

After a playful half hour of taking questions in the school gymnasium from the all-student audience, the governor had students help hold his pen as he began signing House Bill 3035, the Third Grade Success Act, putting teachers aides in grades one through three.

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Senators Look Both Ways On Legislative Activity

With the sixty-day legislative session over, legislators and West Virginians have a chance to reflect on what was accomplished and look forward to what still needs to be done for the state. 

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