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Minority Students in South Carolina’s Education System

Instead of blaming the persistent achievement gap of minority students on “choice,” Ms. Weingarten should be thanking bold education reformers.

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Q&A w/ Simpson & Partners

We see the right attitude in little kids…people have to have a connection to doing something larger than themselves

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Common Questions about Education Scholarship Accounts

Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey and Representative Shannon Erickson have filed legislation (S.622 and H.4308) that, if passed, […]

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Q&A w/ Grace Outdoor

Small businesses are the engine of economic growth in the Palmetto State. So, what’s it like to be a small business in South Carolina?

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Fast Facts: Education Scholarship Accounts

No other education reform can promise the quality of learning, the preparation for the future, the flexibility to meet the individual needs of a child, and the immediacy of impact.

PPI Champions State Role in Education Choice Initiatives in Joint Letter to DeVos

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 7, 2017 PALMETTO PROMISE INSTITUTE CHAMPIONS STATE ROLE IN EDUCATION CHOICE INITIATIVES IN JOINT […]

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The Wren Report – Sine Die Edition

Palmetto Promise Institute reports from the State House where the 2017 legislative session came to a close this week.

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Wren Report: 2017 Draws to a Close

As legislators prepare to return to their districts, here’s what we are watching in the last week of session.

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Direct Primary Care: “Innovating Backwards”

What is Direct Primary Care? According to Dr. Jerome Aya-ay, a family-medicine physician with offices in Greenville, Spartanburg […]

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Wren Report – Dr. Jerome Aya-ay on Direct Primary Care

This week, Dr. Oran Smith interviews Dr. Jerome Aya-Ay on a re-emerging method of paying for Primary Care. It’s easy and affordable and it’s called Direct Primary Care.