“We chose private school from the very beginning,” says Shaylah MacDonald.
“I’m a pediatrician. I can tell you a lot about staying healthy, but when it comes to education, I can only point you in the right direction,” said Dr. Beverly Wilson
“The biggest tragedy in life is doing what you are not passionate about,” said Pastor Julio Sotero of Greenville, South Carolina.
It’s a chilly December afternoon outside in Greenville’s Judson community, but inside the cafeteria of the Greater Mount Calvary Baptist Church there’s a warm hive of activity.
Beth Richardson did her homework so that her children could find a high-quality school.
In this first video from VisionSC, Elliot Smalley, the new Superintendent of the South Carolina Public Charter School District gives us a quick report on...
There is no silver bullet to fix education inequities in our state. But that’s the point: only a wide and growing array of options can provide the best chance for every child to find the education that’s right for them. Let’s give every South Carolina student the opportunity to write their own education success story.
Today, Palmetto Promise Institute announced the release of the 2015-2016 version of its annual education catalog, Empower Opportunity. This user-friendly, family-focused catalog is written to equip South Carolina families with the information they need to understand and access the various forms of education choice that exist in the Palmetto State.
Zavia’s story is one of parental dedication to finding the best education for her daughter. Read her inspiring story here.
How do we continue to improve our ECENC program…and move toward a system of education where every child has the opportunity to reach their full God-given potential?