Spanish teacher Emily Comer, left, demonstrates with other teachers, students and school personnel outside of South Charleston High School as part of "State of the Schools" walk-in demonstrations in Charleston, W.Va., on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019.   The demonstration is to highlight various education concerns before Gov. Justice's "State of the State" address later in the evening.
Spanish teacher Emily Comer, left, demonstrates with other teachers, students and school personnel outside of South Charleston High School as part of "State of the Schools" walk-in demonstrations in Charleston, W.Va., on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019. The demonstration is to highlight various education concerns before Gov. Justice's "State of the State" address later in the evening. Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP Craig Hudson
Spanish teacher Emily Comer, left, demonstrates with other teachers, students and school personnel outside of South Charleston High School as part of "State of the Schools" walk-in demonstrations in Charleston, W.Va., on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019. The demonstration is to highlight various education concerns before Gov. Justice's "State of the State" address later in the evening. Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP Craig Hudson