Facilities with more technology, smaller class sizes, schools that offer more advanced courses, and laptops for every student: All are things that West Virginia students would like to see in schools, reports the Charleston Daily Mail--and state Superintendent Steven Paine is listening. Last school year marked the first time the state sponsored a forum and internet survey asking students what they desired in a school and what is and is not working in their classrooms. "A lot of times we ask parents and teachers how well the schools are doing, but we don't usually ask students," Paine said. State officials


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