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W.Va. ed leaders urge citizen involvement

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia education leaders are launching a call to action encouraging citizens to support the state’s education reform efforts.

The West Virginia Board of Education and state schools Superintendent Michael Martirano sent out the call to action Wednesday after a board meeting in Charleston.

West Virginians are being asked to get involved, be informed and support the efforts designed to improve student achievement.

Martirano on Wednesday shared details on education standards and public school assessments.

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