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Consolidating tiny school districts will save a fortune and make schools better

South Carolina has 46 counties but 82 school districts. That’s a lot. Statistically, its 1.78 school districts for […]

Santee Cooper Rate Increase Projections: 2018 Update

This is a companion publication to Santee Cooper’s Uncertain Future. by Katie Player, PhD & M.T. Maloney, PhD […]

South Carolina takes historic step toward term limits

This week – perhaps for the first time ever – a Senate Judiciary subcommittee unanimously passed a resolution […]

Private education in SC more available than you might think

Private schools are a vital part of a healthy education ecosystem that provides parents with the various options […]

School Choice Week II?

National School Choice Week is celebrated every January all over America. You saw the video of the amazing […]

Education Scholarship Accounts being heard in committee on Wednesday

Tomorrow (April 18) at 9:00 AM the South Carolina Senate’s K-12 Education Subcommittee will meet to discuss S.622—the […]

Drop in South Carolina test scores among nation’s worst

Southerners know the wisecrack that comes up whenever talking about some less-than-stellar state statistic: “Thank goodness for Mississippi.” […]

Legislation moving on Santee Cooper study, tax cuts, and school choice

Even as students (and the South Carolina Senate) enjoy spring break and golf nuts get their Masters fix, […]

Legislative Update: We Have Business Everywhere!

The story is told of the Texas oil man who approached the counter at DFW airport. When the […]

Report: Santee Cooper’s Uncertain Future

A Historical, Policy, and Financial Analysis of the South Carolina Public Service Authority This is the executive summary […]

Breaking: Santee Cooper econometric analysis coming next week

On Tuesday, March 20, Palmetto Promise Institute will present its analysis of the current state and future prospects […]

The Truth about Competency-Based Education

What is “competency-based education” and how would it impact South Carolina students? Issue at a Glance South Carolina […]

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