Diette Courrégé Casey Charleston County Schools


About Diette Courrégé

Diette Courrégé Casey left The Post and Courier in 2014. She covered K-12 education in Charleston County. She's a native of Baton Rouge, La., and a graduate of Louisiana State University. Courrege came to The Post and Courier in 2005 after a two-year stint at the Bristol Herald Courier in Bristol, Va.

Recent Articles

Charleston County school employees likely to receive raises, with biggest boosts to principals

Mount Pleasant Academy Principal Jane Davis has worked in the Charleston County School District since its inception 46 years ago,...

Charleston County School Board moves forward with public-private partnership, tables other decisions

The proposal for a new North Charleston public elementary school to be run by a private group took a significant step forward...

Charleston County School District's proposed calendars again includes five-day break in January

The controversial five-day school break in January that many parents said was too soon after a two-week winter vacation appears...

Charleston County School District to consider opening new alternative school for high schoolers

Jim Winbush, associate superintendent of the Charleston County School District, has seen the North Charleston constituent school...

New magnet school for academically advanced Mount Pleasant students could open as soon as August

MOUNT PLEASANT - A new public magnet school for East Cooper's academically advanced elementary-aged children could open as soon...

Charleston County School District to host nine public meetings to explain Common Core State Standards

Charleston County School Board members want parents to understand the controversial Common Core State Standards.

South Carolina charter school laws slip to No. 15 in national ranking

The improvements in South Carolina charter school laws aren't happening fast enough to keep up with the rest of the country.

Charleston County School Board's failure to hold teacher hearings racks up $150,000 bill for district

The Charleston County School District has shelled out more than $150,000 to pay eight teachers who haven't set foot in a...

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