W.Va. working to craft master plan for teachers' professional development

An effort to improve education in West Virginia is focused, in part, on making a professional-development master plan that would decentralize teacher training in the state -- giving the bulk of control to local authorities. Among other things, the Department of Education is working toward becoming "a clearinghouse for professional development," though more work still must be done, State Schools Superintendent Jim Phares said.

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