Governor Tomblin calls for public education reform in State of the State

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2-13-13 State of State No. 1Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin used his State of the State address Wednesday night to declare that the quality of public education in West Virginia is “not acceptable” and proposed significant reforms.

Citing statics showing West Virginia at or near the bottom in student achievement, Tomblin called for a series of education reforms that will dominate this legislative session, according to state news sources

“Education in West Virginia must change,” Tomblin told lawmakers in the House Chamber, “And that change begins now.”

Read Gov. Tomblin’s remarks here:

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