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Orangeburg 5 High School for Health Professions is beating the odds to create success for rural students in poverty. This week, Principal Angel Malone shared their secret for success with a Senate panel.
A growing teacher shortage, particularly in some of South Carolina’s more rural areas are leading some districts to take new measures to lure and retain qualified teachers.
The road to more education choice for South Carolinians goes through downtown Washing…. Er... Columbia!
The future will not wait. Our students urgently need an education system that works today.
Sadly, despite new programs and an abundance of good intentions, the status quo in South Carolina has changed very little over the last few decades.
If the opportunity for success is provided to young people in our state, many of them will use that opportunity to accomplish their goals.
What is the rationale for ESAs and where did they get their beginning? You've come to the right place for the answer!
What could ESA’s look like for students in South Carolina? Come along for the ride and we’ll find out together!
Every Monday in the coming weeks, we plan to publish a new blog post as part of the series “Learning is a Joy.”