By RYAN QUINN
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Capitol Thursday was completely, or nearly, devoid of striking public school workers, and state union officials and others involved in the strikes said they didn’t hear of anyone continuing a work stoppage.
The House Education Committee, no longer focused on the seemingly dead education overhaul bill that ignited the strike, has been considering multiple bills, and advancing some, as the regular legislative session heads toward its March 9 close.
So has the Senate Education Committee, to a lesser extent.
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