The West Virginia Department of Education is teaming up with 19 of the 20 colleges and universities around the state that offer teaching degrees, with the goal of giving teachers-in-training the technology education they need, West Virginia MetroNews reports. A three-day seminar on 21st-century connections between pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade schools and institutions of higher learning got underway in Charleston on May 20.

Teachers-in-training "need to know about the infrastructure and the resources that are available in the public school system," said Nathan Estel, executive director of the Office of Professional Preparation with the West Virginia Department of Education. "But they...

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