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The West Virginia Department of Education is providing $200,000 in start-up money to the still unstaffed state charter school approval board. Much of the money may go toward hiring an executive director.

Department spokeswoman Christy Day wrote in an email that the $200,000 is meant to “address an inadvertent oversight to fund the board during the last legislative session.”

Ryan Quinn covers education. He can be reached at 304-348-1254 or Follow @RyanEQuinn on Twitter.

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