The Times West Virginian reports that at a workshop for the Comprehensive Information Technology in Rural Appalachia program, West Virginia first lady Gayle Manchin delivered a motivational address to a roomful of high school and middle school science and math teachers. Manchin stressed the importance of educators preparing students for the challenges of the 21st century, as a growing number of jobs in the future will require some sort of secondary education and expertise in information technology. Because of this growing need, educators have to motivate students to fill the created jobs, and convey to them that these jobs are out there, and they are high-paying. The first lady also pointed out that 90 percent of the fastest-growing jobs in the United States are ones than require more education than high school, and two-thirds of the future’s jobs will require college-level training. In order to keep up, West Virginia must quadruple the number of citizens who complete training beyond high school, if the state is to keep up…