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Education to Top State of the State

Gov. Likely to Draw From Public School Audit

February 13, 2013

CHARLESTON (AP) — Public schools, inmate crowding and a challenging budget picture are expected topics in West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s latest State of the State addres....

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Feb-14-13 7:44 AM

dyingov, how do you UNIONIZE internet educators?

Brick and mortar forever, he HAW!

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Feb-13-13 7:02 PM

Bricks and mortar are so 1980's.....

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Feb-13-13 5:50 PM

John, interesting point. I wonder why there was no mention by Owebama where the $125 BILLION in stimulus funds went that were directed to education. Wonder why ERT didn't mention where all the routers went ($25 mill worth?)in the WV school system? Massive failures by massive egos. How can taxpayers put up w this bologna time after time after time......I bet if Owebama had a mixed race child, he'd look like Earl Ray.

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Feb-13-13 1:26 PM

Funny. No mention on the proposed 7.5% cut in funding for education

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