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Category: Education

Getting an 'A' is easier now for WV students thanks to state BOE decision

CHARLESTON, WV (BY: CARRIE HODOUSEK, WV METRONEWS) — The West Virginia Board of Education approved a policy Wednesday that deals with changes to graduation credits and...

Handle With Care

Police from Fayette County met today discussing a new program that will be implemented in the Fayette County School System. The program is called Handle With Care and is...

Raleigh County Board of Education Speaks on Snow Days

The Raleigh County Board of Education held their scheduled meeting on Tuesday night and snow days were a topic of discussion. Superintendent David Price currently has no...

Early Voting Begins for Fayette County School Levy

FAYETTE COUNTY– Early voting began on Friday for the Fayette County School’s excess levy. If it is passed, the levy will be extended for another five years,...

New River CTC students can now get undergraduate degree at Marshall

CHARLESTON, WV (NEWS RELEASE) – The West Virginia Community and Technical College System (CTCS) facilitated an agreement between its 9 member schools and Marshall...

Formal mediation process recommended for Nicholas schools

CHARLESTON, WV (BY: BRAD MCELHINNY, WV METRONEWS) — A consultant tasked with assessing whether there’s potential for compromise on Nicholas County schools...

Report: More than half of high school students in Fayette and McDowell weren't ready for college

CHARLESTON, WV (WOAY) – More than half of high school graduates in Fayette and McDowell Counties need to take remedial classes so they’ll be ready for...

Two WVSOM presidential candidates invited to campus in January

LEWISBURG, W.Va. – The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) Presidential Search Committee will host campus visits in January for two individuals who...

New law would allow bus drivers to carry EpiPens

CHARLESTON, WV (BY: CARRIE HODOUSEK, WV METRONEWS) — County school boards in West Virginia will have the option to decide if they want school bus drivers to carry and...

Superintendent of West Va. schools for deaf, blind fired

ROMNEY, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Board of Education has fired the superintendent that runs the state’s schools for blind and deaf students. Martin Keller...