WVNS TV – West Virginians will vote on an amendment, called Amendment Four (4), that could give state lawmakers oversight of the West Virginia Board of Education.
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If the majority votes “yes” for Amendment Four, decisions about local schools would receive oversight from Charleston lawmakers, according to experts.
Proponents of Amendment Four explain members of the State Board of Education are appointed by elected officials, while people choose their legislators directly. They argue a vote in favor of Amendment Four lets elected officials have oversight of education.
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