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CHARLESTON — Two major West Virginia school worker unions are inviting people to six public “focus groups” on how to improve public education.

The American Federation of Teachers’ West Virginia branch and the West Virginia Education Association hosted their first meeting Tuesday in Morgantown, and their last one is scheduled Dec. 15 online.

Ryan Quinn covers education for HD Media. Reach him at 304-348-1254 or Follow @RyanEQuinn on Twitter.

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