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Using RESAs in reforming schools

January 28, 2013

One of the key recommendations a consultant made for public school reform in West Virginia was to reduce the size of the bloated state Department of Education....

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Jan-30-13 8:23 PM

"JaneDough" you obviously have no idea what RESA does, not even half. Furthermore you are totally oblivious at the cost at which these services are provided to the counties throughout the state. In addition, I would like to point out that you have no idea how the educational regulations and guidelines work in our state and the services and programs that would dissolve and suffer without this "bloat."

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Jan-29-13 8:46 AM

JaneDough, where do you get your information? To just post a comment like that with no proof is typical of the uneducated and misinformed that post on this website.

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Jan-29-13 8:33 AM

The RESAs are part of the bloat! Talk about a waste of money. Wood county spends over one million dollars to RESA every year. The county boards of education should never have been forced to be in RESAs.

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