CHARLESTON, W. Va. (WDTV) -- When the Legislature reconvenes Monday for a special session, education will not be an immediate topic.
According to Jared Hunt, Communications Director for the West Virginia House of Delegates, talks on education reform have been pushed back.
This comes one day after teacher union leaders held a press conference asking Governor Justice to cancel the special session altogether.
According to Hunt, the legislature will reconvene at 2 PM Monday to work on re-passing more than one dozen bills Gov. Justice had vetoed for technical reasons.
Hunt told 5 News that lawmakers are expected to work on education reform sometime in June.
Keep checking 5 News for the latest updates on this developing story.