West Virginia school head unveils literacy strategy

By Steven Allen Adams, The Intelligencer CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In an attempt to address disparities in the reading and math scores of West Virginia's...

December 22, 2022
2:22 AM

By Steven Allen Adams, The Intelligencer CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In an attempt to address disparities in the reading and math scores of West Virginia's student that were already below standards and made worse by COVID-19, State Superintendent of School David Roach released a plan to reverse these trends. Roach briefed members of the West Virginia Board of Education during their monthly meeting Wednesday in Charleston. The first part of Roach's plan will focus on improving literacy rates among West Virginia students, calling the initiative 'Ready, Read, Write West Virginia.

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