Marshall hosting forum on public education
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is hosting a forum on creating a new vision for public education in West Virginia.
The forum is scheduled for Monday.
The forum was organized by Charleston attorney Charles R. McElwee, who has been researching and writing about the public school system for several years.
Marshall President Stephen J. Kopp will welcome participants and give opening remarks.
Many education and community leaders are expected to participate in the forum, including Dr. Teresa Eagle, dean of Marshall’s College of Education and Professional Development.
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