West Virginia May Add Parents to State School Board
A bipartisan effort to add two voting members to the West Virginia Board of Education would give those seats to parents whose children attend public schools.
A bipartisan effort to add two voting members to the West Virginia Board of Education would give those seats to parents whose children are attending public schools. The bill passed the House of Representatives and is expected to receive approval from the Senate and then be sent to the governor for final approval. (Education Week)
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