The Parthenon (Marshall University) – Amid the state legislature’s summer special sessions for education reform and following the recent release of a report on “The State of Public Education in West Virginia,” by the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy took to social media Wednesday to address an apparent yet mostly overlooked relationship between poverty and education in the state. Read article.
“There have been a lot of discussions on a lot of [education reform] policies, but we’ve noticed there are some things missing from the conversations,” Seth DiStefano, policy outreach director for the WVCBP, said during Wednesday’s Facebook live stream. “We aren’t addressing poverty.”
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