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Category: Education

Record Number of West Virginia Educators Pursuing National Certification

CHARLESTON, WV (WOAY) – Participation in the West Virginia National Board Certification (NBC) support program has doubled among state educators since last summer with...

Back To School Dates For Students

It’s almost time for school to start back as summer comes to an end. Below is a list of back to school dates for the 2018 school year. Fayette County –...

Senate President Carmichael Criticizes Teachers Union Endorsement Order

CHARLESTON– West Virginia Senate President Mitch Carmichael is criticizing a teachers union that won a pay raise earlier this year over what he called its...

Oak Hill Native Named as State BOE President

CHARLESTON– West Virginia Board of Education Vice President Dave Perry has been named the board’s president. The board voted unanimously Thursday to promote...

Fayette County Starts Area’s First Adopt-A-Teacher Program

FAYETTE COUNTY– Fayette County Schools are looking for sponsors to help with the first ever Adopt-A-Teacher Program. Adopt-A-Teacher is a program that helps...

New River CTC partners with Erma Byrd Higher Education Center for open house

BEAVER, WV (WOAY)-  New River Community and Technical College is partnering with the Erma Byrd Higher Education Center Complex for an open house to talk to students...

New Medical Program Will Be Coming To West Virginia University

MORGANTOWN, WV (WOAY)- New changes are coming for West Virginia University as they are implementing a program that will help students understand the importance of the...

New River Community and Technical College Names New Interim President

BEAVER, WV (WOAY)- The New River Community and Technical College Board of Governors has selected Dr. Kathy Butler to serve as interim president of New River Community...

Class to teach making jelly and canning coming to New River CTC

SUMMERSVILLE, WV (WOAY)- Learn to make homemade jelly, pressure can, and freeze foods during a one-day class at New River Community and Technical College’s Nicholas...

Electric shock therapy on special needs students: Treatment or torment?

(ABC NEWS)- A Massachusetts school for special needs children can continue to use a form of electric shock therapy on students after a long-running battle with state...

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