Governor Earl Ray Tomblin will be announcing Wednesday the next step in education reform relating to personalized learning.
That next step will be plans to undertake a statewide review of classroom technology use and digital learning capabilities with assistance from the Alliance for Excellent Education’s Project 24.
It’s part of the governor’s education reform initiative, which began with last weeks passage of the governor’s landmark education reform bill which focuses on raising student achievement and improving our state’s education system.
The announcement will be made 3:30 Wednesday afternoon at the Governor’s Reception Room in the State Capitol.
Both former Governor Bob Wise and State Board of Education member Michael Green participate in the announcement.