Regional Education Service Agencies

Officials Defend Regional Education Service Agencies

Jan 10, 2017
West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

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Department of Education

A legislative audit of the state’s eight Regional Education Service Agencies says that while many of the services they provide are important, the independent agencies themselves are no longer necessary. 

John Sylvia, Director of the legislative auditor’s Performance Evaluation and Research Division, presented the report during interim meetings Tuesday.