State school board receives update on Discipline

West Virginia Board of Education President Paul Hardesty, center, tells fellow board members Wednesday that student discipline disparities were unacceptable. Vice President Nancy J. White is seen at his left, while State Superintendent of Schools David L. Roach is on the right. (Photo by Steven Allen Adams)

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Board of Education received a more detail report on student discipline in public schools, with state education officials calling the numbers unacceptable.

The state board met Wednesday for its monthly meeting at the Department of Education offices on the grounds of the State Capitol Complex in Charleston.