President Clinton's Town Hall Meeting
in West Virginia

 Education-Related Resources

 

You are invited to visit the White House Web site where you will find information on the President's Summit for America's Future (April 25), NetDay (April 19), the White House Conference on Early Childhood Development and Learning (April 17), and other recent Presidential education proposals, initiatives, and events.

You can also visit the U.S. Department of Education web site, which features information on the Department's seven priorities, voluntary national tests, programs and services, funding opportunities, news, and more. The seven priorities are based on the "Call to Action" issued by the President in his State of the Union Address (February 4).

West Virginia State Department of Education WORLD SCHOOL: On June 4, 1994, Bell Atlantic and the West Virginia Department of Education embarked on a journey to connect every school in West Virginia directly to the Internet. On June 4, 1997, the 689 Bell Atlantic schools will "graduate" as we celebrate the fact that nearly 85% of all state schools are now on-line. Representatives from 45 county school systems, Gov. Cecil Underwood, former Governor Gaston Caperton, and special guest James Earl Jones will mark the occasion at the Cultural Center in Charleston.


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