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Kanawha County, WV School Board comes to senses with lifting transfer ban

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Finally, the Kanawha County School Board has come to its senses and lifted the ban on students transferring to George Washington High School in Charleston.


In education, when something works, you don't shut it off, you make it open to everyone. If that means hiring more teachers or building a bigger building, then do it.


We either prepare our kids for life in the 21st Century or we don't – it's that simple.