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Hero of Education Story – Pat Homberg

2020-12-01T16:22:14-05:00

West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (WVSDB) Pat Homberg said her career in special education has been both challenging and rewarding, and she would encourage anyone entering education to consider the field of special education. “Special educators and general educators work together for all students. Special educators want to

Hero of Education Story – Pat Homberg2020-12-01T16:22:14-05:00

Hero of Education Story – Erin Bashaw

2020-12-02T12:45:13-05:00

Marion County As a Teacher of the Visually Impaired (TVI), Erin Bashaw said this was not a career she had planned to pursue, but it’s the one she loves. “It wasn’t a field I planned to go into, but I was given an opportunity and it was the best decision of my

Hero of Education Story – Erin Bashaw2020-12-02T12:45:13-05:00

Hero of Education Story – Angela Williams

2020-12-02T09:32:42-05:00

Raleigh County In her own words, Angela Williams was drawn to the deaf. Many years ago, she worked with a rehabilitation program for adults with disabilities, and quickly realized how misunderstood this population can be. “The more time I spent with this population, the more I longed to be a part of

Hero of Education Story – Angela Williams2020-12-02T09:32:42-05:00

Hero of Education Story – Tiffany Barnett

2020-12-02T11:41:48-05:00

Monongalia County After 10 years serving as Director of Exceptional Student Education with Monongalia County Schools and 20 years as an educator, Tiffany Barnett said her entire educational career has been dedicated to special education. “A career in education was a natural step in my life.  I have always enjoyed working with

Hero of Education Story – Tiffany Barnett2020-12-02T11:41:48-05:00

Hero of Education Story – Natalie Armbruster

2020-12-01T16:20:33-05:00

Marshall University Natalie Armbruster, a 21-year-old student from Barboursville, West Virginia, said she’s always known she wanted to be a teacher. “The women in my family have all been in the education system, and it was something that I was always around growing up. My grandmother was a kindergarten teacher, my mother

Hero of Education Story – Natalie Armbruster2020-12-01T16:20:33-05:00

West Virginia Department of Education Releases Nov. 28th Saturday Education Map

2020-11-28T16:57:18-05:00

Charleston, W.Va. –The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) has posted the November 28, 2020, Saturday Education Map that determines which counties will hold in-person and blended instruction and directs the level of extracurricular activities permitted. The map is developed with information from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and

West Virginia Department of Education Releases Nov. 28th Saturday Education Map2020-11-28T16:57:18-05:00

West Virginia Department of Education Releases Nov. 14th Saturday Education Map

2020-11-14T18:05:15-05:00

Charleston, W.Va. –The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) has posted the November 14, 2020, Saturday Education Map that determines which counties will hold in-person and blended instruction and directs the level of extracurricular activities permitted. The map is developed with information from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and

West Virginia Department of Education Releases Nov. 14th Saturday Education Map2020-11-14T18:05:15-05:00

West Virginia Board of Education Issues State of Emergency for Lincoln County

2020-11-12T17:00:49-05:00

November 12, 2020 CHARLESTON, W.Va. - In accordance with W.Va. Code §18-2E-5, the West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) voted unanimously to declare a state of emergency for Lincoln County Schools during its November meeting. The decision comes as the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) continues its Special Circumstance Review of the county

West Virginia Board of Education Issues State of Emergency for Lincoln County2020-11-12T17:00:49-05:00

West Virginia Department of Education Releases Nov. 7th Saturday Education Map

2020-11-07T23:20:20-05:00

Charleston, W.Va. –The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) has posted the November 7, 2020, Saturday Education Map that determines which counties will hold in-person and blended instruction and directs the level of extracurricular activities permitted. The map is developed with information from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and

West Virginia Department of Education Releases Nov. 7th Saturday Education Map2020-11-07T23:20:20-05:00

West Virginia Board of Education and West Virginia Department of Education Welcome Maynard

2020-11-05T19:29:42-05:00

November 5, 2020 CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) and West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) are pleased to welcome Dr. Arthur “Stan” Maynard to the State Board. Governor Jim Justice announced the appointment of the 40-year veteran of public and higher education earlier today. Dr. Maynard has dedicated a

West Virginia Board of Education and West Virginia Department of Education Welcome Maynard2020-11-05T19:29:42-05:00
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