Episode Four of the WVEduCast is a very special bonus episode, featuring a roundtable discussion with Fred Albert, President of the American Federation of Teachers - West Virginia, Dr. Howard O'Cull, Executive Director of the West Virginia School Board Association, and Mike Wells, Vice President of the West Virginia Association of School Administrators and Pleasants County Superintendent. The three discuss the recently concluded regular session of the West Virginia Legislature and the many new pieces of legislation that specifically affect the members of their respective ...
Episode Three of WVEducast – An Education Law Podcast has been posted and is available for listening or for download below. Thank you to all of our listeners and to all who have subscribed to the podcast so far. As a reminder, we will post a new episode at the beginning of each month.
In episode three, host Trey Morrone has an in-depth conversation with Education Reporter Ryan Quinn of the Charleston Gazette-Mail. The two discuss the relationship between education and the media, with special attention to open meetings, "off the record" conversations, the process of pitching story ideas ...
The second episode of WVEduCast – An Education Law Podcast has been posted and is available for listening or for download below. Thanks to everyone who listened to parts one and two of our first episode and to all who have subscribed to the podcast so far.
In episode two, we hear from West Virginia State Senator Patricia Puertas Rucker (R - Jefferson, 16), who serves as Chair of the West Virginia Senate's Committee on Education and Co-Chair of the Interim Committee on Education Accountability. Senator Rucker was first elected in 2017 and is the first Hispanic woman to represent the ...
As promised in last week's post, part two of our very first episode of WVEduCast – An Education Law Podcast has been posted and is available for listening or for download below.
Our inaugural episode is a special two-part series on the topic of local control. In part one, we heard from Dr. Howard O'Cull, Executive Director of the West Virginia School Board Association, who provided perspective from the county level.
Part two features an engaging discussion from the state perspective with attorney Heather Hutchens, General Counsel for the West Virginia Department of Education
Welcome to WVEduCast – an Education Law podcast from your friends at Bowles Rice. The first episode in our brand new podcast has been posted and is available for download below.
To properly kick-off this new endeavor, our first episode is actually part one of a two part series on the topic of local control. Because it is a hot topic, we are featuring two perspectives: one from the local, county level and one from the state level.