Charleston County School Superintendent Nancy McGinley plans to focus her annual State of the Schools address today on partnerships.
McGinley has invited local elected officials as well as community and business partners to hear her speech, and she will deliver it on the College of Charleston campus.
She declined an interview with The Post and Courier about her talk before Wednesday, but the district’s communications office said in a media invitation that parents and community partners are the “most important stakeholders” in public schools and McGinley would highlight those partnerships.
McGinley became Charleston’s superintendent in 2007. She previously served three years as its chief academic officer.
Read more in an upcoming Post and Courier, and follow @Diette on Twitter for live updates from her address.
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