WV Department of Education Hits the Road to Highlight the No Child Left Behind Act
Posted: December 03, 2002
CHARLESTON, W.VA. The West Virginia Department of Education is traveling across the state to update superintendents, principals and other school administrators on the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act.
NCLB focuses on providing education for all students in order to close the achievement gap and ensure that no child is left behind.
We want schools to think of the NCLB Act as an opportunity to highlight student achievement, said State Schools Superintendent David Stewart. That is why it is so important that our frontline people have a good understanding of what the federal legislation means to individual schools.
Two WVDE teams will focus on NCLB requirements during the 2002- 2003 transition year. Scheduled workshops are as follows:
December 3, 2002 9am 12pm 1pm 4pm Team A RESA I Office 400 Neville Street Beckley, WV 25801
Team B Radisson Hotel 1001 Third Avenue Huntington, WV 22701
December 6, 2002 9am- 12pm 1pm 4pm Team A Brier Inn 540 N. Jefferson Street Lewisburg, WV 24901
Team B Charleston House Holiday Inn 600 Kanawha Blvd. East Charleston, WV 25301
December 9, 2002 9am- 12pm 1pm 4pm Team A Lakeview Resort One Lakeview Drive Morgantown WV 26508
Team B Holiday Inn US 50/Interstate 77 Parkersburg, WV 26101 December 10, 2002 9am 12pm 1pm 4pm Team A Holiday Inn 301 Foxcroft Avenue Martinsburg, WV 25401
For more information about the No Child Left Behind Workshops, call the Public Information Office at 304-558-2699.