WV educators learn from other states at DC conference
Many West Virginia teachers and administrators are in Washington DC to be part of this year's 150th Annual National Education Association Representative Assembly. That brings ten thousand educators to one spot to talk about everything from budgets to bullying. The conference also deals with finding ways to transform lower performing schools. As the states share ideas, West Virginia is not alone with its issues, and may fare better than other states in some cases. The event runs through Thursday.