The battle over education reform moves back to the West Virginia House of Delegates Monday, as the House will consider a massive education reform bill passed by the Senate two weeks ago, as well as individual bills on education reform.
As the delegates make their way to the Capitol Complex to gavel in at 8:30 Monday morning, they can expect to be greeted by a sea of red — as teachers and state employees are planning to make their way to the Capitol to ensure their voices are heard.
The debate about education began back in 2018. The walls of the state Capitol shook, as loud demonstrators packed the building, protesting what they felt was unfair pay and lack of stable benefits.
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