W.Va. district's special-education program draws national attention

01/10/2013 | Register-Herald (Beckley, W.Va.), The

The National Center to Inform Policy and Practice in Special Education Professional Development is recognizing Raleigh County Schools in West Virginia for the district's efforts to recruit and retain special-education teachers. NCIPP will highlight the district's program, which offers mentors, monthly meetings and online training to educators as part of a suite of support services, during the Council for Exceptional Children's national convention in April.

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