CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WOWK)- After a one-day special session with no education reform, lawmakers are now preparing for when it is on the table. That includes House Speaker Roger Hanshaw, who split the House of Delegates into four seperate select committees on education.
“All 100 members of this House need to be involved in that process, we don’t need people coming to Charleston just sitting here waiting on the Education Committee to process bills,” said House Speaker Hanshaw, (R) Clay.
The committees are set but some wonder if this will turn into a political game.
“I hope it wasn’t just an attempt to kind of restructure the education committee because during the regular session the education committee didn’t agree to corporate owned schools and it