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State Pushes Back On Counties In Remote Learning, Says They Must Offer In-Person Option

Just three West Virginia counties are still offering remote-only schooling, but that could soon change. In an emergency meeting held by the West Virginia Board of Education Wednesday, board members discussed Marion, Gilmer and Taylor County schools -- the only counties remaining in the state that have opted to continue with remote-only learning.

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County School Boards Push Back As State Plans In-Person Classes, Limits Remote Learning

Many brick-and-mortar schools in West Virginia are reopening next week after an executive order from the governor and approval of the plan Wednesday by the state school board. The plan was met with push back, however, from some teachers and county school districts.

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