WVU early education experts explain why legislation adding classroom assistants has big potential
West Virginia University experts on early childhood classroom assistant teachers, or ECCATs, are available to discuss how legislation making its way through the West Virginia Statehouse would affect students and educators.
WVU leadership professor sees creation of new prototype in New Zealand prime minister’s planned departure
A West Virginia University expert in leadership calls this week’s resignation announcement from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a “noble act of leadership.”
WVU experts available to speak about policy issues during legislative session
West Virginia University is home to experts who can provide insightful information and context enhancing reporting through the 2023 Regular Legislative Session opening Jan. 11.