Sadly, Americans’ faith in the integrity of our electoral process is eroding. While we can’t control the processes of other states, we can certainly make strides to ensure that South Carolina’s processes identify and prevent fraud and protect the right of every citizen to have their lawful vote counted.
Everything you need to know about Education Scholarship Accounts (ESAs), education choice, and more…at a glance!
Will the South Carolina General Assembly cure Santee Cooper? Or will it ignore the gravity of the debt and simply ramp up the pain-killers?
PPI’s new School District Finance and Performance Dashboard is cited in COLAToday‘s deep dive into Columbia’s local school districts. One thing doesn’t change – education is always a hot topic in South Carolina. The sentiment shared amongst most is that teachers don’t get paid enough for all that they do. We count on educators to mold the future generation with the skills they
Read our new fast fact sheet to answer the following questions: How do we vet and elect our judges in South Carolina? How can we make sure our process in the Palmetto State prevents black-robed legislating?
A bold set of over 60 innovative policy recommendations for South Carolina leaders.
South Carolina voters went to the polls on Tuesday to select hundreds of candidates for national, statewide and local seats. We’ve compiled a complete list of election results for all statewide and local offices, plus the President & Vice President results for South Carolina. We’ll update as returns roll in. Read our election analysis from
PPI President and CEO Ellen Weaver is quoted in a ABC Columbia article on the SAFE grant program. GREENVILLE, S.C. (WOLO/WYFF) – South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster was in Greenville Monday to announce the creation of the Safe Access to Flexible Education (SAFE) grants. McMaster said the one-time, need-based grants of up to $6,500 will help
We’re honored to have Dr. Marcelo Hochman of Charleston join Palmetto Promise Institute as a Visiting Fellow, specializing in Healthcare policy. In this first article, Dr. Hochman issues a healthcare wakeup call, demanding that the political world focus on the patient-doctor relationship, the only relationship on which we should base policy decisions. cre·do (origin: Latin,
South Carolina voters went to the polls on Tuesday to select hundreds of candidates for local and statewide seats. We’ve compiled a complete list of election results for statewide and Statehouse offices, that we’ll update as returns continue to roll in. Read election analysis from PPI Senior Fellow Oran Smith here. To view results in