Changes to W.Va. education bill include ban on teacher strikes

June 4, 2019

West Virginia State Senators meet to vote on the Omnibus Education Bill.

It’s being called the Student Success Act, which is more than 100 pages of education reform proposals.

Since February, lawmakers have been working to pass a bill allowing pay raises to teachers, along with other elements added to improve the West Virginia Education System.

Some changes to this bill include a ban on teacher strikes. However, pay raises and charter schools remain in place.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Barbara says:

    And I suggest they go back to the subjects of what was taught in the 50/60’s. and stop this feel good that was more then likely introduced by the actual teachers union for a more liberal thinking. Teachers should not be teaching these students what to thinks—— They have minds to make up their OWN MINDS——- Teachers need to be NON BIAS. They are to teach and stop putting their own political agenda into our students.

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