The teachers union is working with school districts on a "school closure strategy" so that teachers can gather at the capitol.
Meanwhile, teachers are talking of finding other ways to supplement their income as the dispute drags on.
Despite the wait families have been experiencing from the teachers' strike, teachers have not stopped being there for students in need.
Teachers in USA public elementary and secondary schools, on average, earned $58,950 in 2016-17, the center reported.
But the teachers dissatisfaction is more complicated than a desire for an increase in salary. Oklahoma might be the next state where teachers stage walkouts. 'We've been able to do this without tax increases'. Teachers are exhausted of not having the supports and funding so they can do their jobs adequately in the classroom. Such laws have badly undermined unions in other states, and for people who care about organized labor, it was a bitter irony to see one enacted in a place once famed for its militant labor movement. And I thank our teachers and school service personnel, who absolutely are to be credited for this milestone - by standing up, standing strong, and keeping our state's young people at the forefront of this fight.
The impasse capped a day of emotional arguments, often witnessed by a large, vocal crowd of teachers and their supporters. "The Republican state representative in Utah had just introduced a bill that would make it a crime for a doctor to perform an abortion if a woman is seeking one "solely" because the fetus has Down syndrome".
"We want it signed by everybody", she said.
Teachers also want $200 million over three years to restore public education funding according to the OEA website.
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Teachers are protesting pay that's among the lowest in the nation, rising health care costs and a previously approved 2 percent raise for next year after four years without any increase. Workers were demanding the state curb insurance costs and give them significant raises after years of stagnant pay.
"In some cases, rights owners can't be found to sign leases, resulting in a great deal of acreage being unavailable for drilling that otherwise would be", Brett Loflin, of Northeast Natural Energy and an Independent Oil & Gas Association of West Virginia board member, told the Huntingdon (W.V.) Herald-Dispatch newspaper. "Everybody here needs to know, from the absolute get-go, I am an educator". We made it in good faith.
"There's going to be some pain", Blair said, as the local paper reports.
Priest said businesses should "pay their fair share".
On Twitter, Justice says: "I stood rock solid on the 5% Teacher pay raise and delivered". Special ed students have been meeting with district help at a local McDonalds, and administrators and local social service agencies have arranged take-home bags of food for children who receive free lunch during the school day, with menus created to be simple enough that the students can prepare the food for themselves.
"Last night, the Senate was given the opportunity to end this, but they have chosen to hold our students hostage", she said.
Jennifer Wood, an American Federation of Teachers spokesperson for West Virginia, sees the difference they are making.
Acting on a revised revenue forecast from Gov. Jim Justice, the House of Delegates today moved swiftly to pass a new 5-percent pay raise package for teachers, service personnel and State Police, with raises for additional state employees to be addressed in the coming days.