W.Va. Music Hall Of Fame 2023 Inductees Cover Genre Spectrum
Ranging from pine fiddles to P-funk, this is an eclectic group of Mountain State musicians.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Legislators learned that it may take teachers years to be fully prepared for the implementation of the state’s new early childhood literacy requirements.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
With just two days left in the session, the Senate passed dozens of bills Thursday. Many of the bills related to issues of education that legislators have made a priority all session.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Improving early childhood literacy has been a key objective of this year’s session. Coming into the final week, a plan to boost reading in grades K-3 seemed all but final, until a few minutes in a House of Delegates committee Monday afternoon.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Legislators heard more about the state’s early childhood literacy efforts Monday evening.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Members of the West Virginia Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Education met Sunday evening to learn more about early childhood literacy.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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