By Leah Tuckwiller
The House of Delegates has passed House Bill 206, an education reform bill which was introduced earlier this week. HB-206 largely replaces Senate Bill 1039, the Student Success Act (SSA).
As with the SSA and with SB-451 this past winter, HB-206 has been met with its fair share of opposition, both from state delegates and school personnel. Discussion tends to focus on the scope of the bill, charter schools, strike regulations on teachers and service personnel, and the impact of unfounded changes on students.
Read more in the Thursday, June 20, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.