This guidance provides support for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) across various roles in West Virginia PK-12 schools, catering to the needs of superintendents, district staff, educators, and support staff. The guidance intends to focus on effectively and safely integrating AI, especially generative AI technologies, in classroom instruction, school administration, and district operations, while aligning with existing West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) policies. Additionally, recognizing the need for ongoing support, the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) has developed a Canvas resource site, a hub of materials and resources for county school districts and educators. This site will be regularly updated alongside this guidance to ensure it remains a relevant and valuable resource.

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AI in Education WV Stakeholder Survey

The West Virginia Department of Education is conducting the Artificial Intelligence in Education: WV Stakeholder Survey to gather input from community stakeholders. Information from this survey will be used to guide future planning for resources and supports provided to WV public schools, as well as inform potential policy considerations.  

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AI in West Virginia Education Stakeholder Subcommittee Self-Nomination

The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) is planning to hold a series of virtual meetings through Microsoft Teams during Spring 2024 for each of four stakeholder subcommittees (Students/Families, Educators, Administrators, Post-Secondary/Industry).  Nominations are open for these stakeholder subcommittees.  

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Questions about either survey may be submitted by email to