On this West Virginia Morning, we take a deep dive into the mosh pit and the hardcore music scene of Roanoke, Virginia with music photographer Chelse Warren. Inside Appalachia Host Mason Adams has more.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The Senate returned Saturday afternoon at 1:45 p.m. after a brief recess to pass several important bills including tax cuts, pay raises for state employees and a budget.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Senate Bill 204 would raise the base pay for teachers with less than eight years of experience. Sen. Charles Trump, R-Morgan, said attracting new teachers with competitive pay is the state’s best bet at filling vacancies.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
As the legislature settles into the business of lawmaking, committees represent a crucial step in the process. The Senate Education Committee gathered in the Senate Finance Committee meeting room to discuss two bills Tuesday morning.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The largest teacher union in the nation released its annual report Tuesday on educator pay. The data ranks West Virginia as 49th in the country.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
SB 15 prohibits teachers from receiving a pay increase for any education level above a bachelor’s degree unless they have received a master’s degree that directly connects to the areas in which they teach. By doing this, that teacher would then be eligible to receive a bump in pay.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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