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OAK HILL (WOAY) – Future teachers gain hands-on experience through the West Virginia Department of Education program.

Careers in education allow students to explore fields in education and earn college credit before graduating high school with a goal of building the pipeline of highly skilled teachers. The two-year program is designed to give high school students real teaching experience reinforced with classroom content that will build their professional practice. Fayette County is one of 44 CIE programs in the state that is preparing students to face the new reality of teaching in the midst of the opioid crisis.

Students may go through

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