RESHAPING SUPPORT SYSTEMS
We need to move beyond subject mastery and increase the rigor and relevance of education to be competitive in West Virginia, the United States, and around the world. We’re responsible for producing students who can read and write, but can they analyze data? Can they solve challenging problems with a first-rate skill set? Can they communicate effectively? These central skills are what will make the difference as our global marketplace grows more and more competitive each day.
—Dr. Steven Paine, West Virginia State Superintendent of Schools
Running a good school is no simple matter. A number of complex relationships and supporting systems must all work together to bring the best possible learning ...