The birth rate may not climb back to pre-recession levels, undoubtedly strengthening Hurricane Gray’s impact over the next decade.
Many of us had at least one great teacher. We decided to honor the ones in our lives!
This Letter To The Editor was written by Ellen Weaver and was published in The Post and Courier on 4/22/16. As we celebrate the remembrance of Passover I was interested to note the repeated use of the word “exodus” in The Post and Courier’s article: Schools continue struggle with exodus of students under school choice. The
St. Benedict’s Prep School is powerful example of innovative education that is preparing young men to be husbands, fathers, citizens, and community leaders.
"Even though I have the chance to spend half of my day taking unique courses that aren’t offered anywhere else, I am always reminded of students that aren’t as lucky. "
A new type of hurricane is headed our way, the likes of which we’ve never seen. And we are fortunate to have a 14-year warning to prepare.
South Carolina Can Survive and Thrive Through Hurricane Gray. Find out how.
We see the ASD approach working in Louisiana and Tennessee…and there’s no question that done right, it could work here.
Meeting Street Academy continues to be an example of the type of innovative choice that families need and like.
Thanks to your help, National School Choice Week was a smashing success - nearly 3,000 students, teachers, and leaders joined us!