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Public school teachers across South Carolina plan to leave work and protest in Columbia on May 1, but it's unclear how many may participate and whether any school districts may opt to close schools on that day.
Teaching middle schoolers about sex, love and gender identity takes a lot of frank talk, not just in school sex-ed class.
Ishraq Haque, a sophomore at Academic High School in North Charleston, didn't just win two science fair competitions, his entry (an arsenic filtration system for low-income Bangladesh families) is being used by some of those families.
"I cannot set myself on fire to keep someone else warm," a Charleston County teacher wrote to her boss in the fall. Now working as a waitress, she says she has no regrets.
The University of South Carolina narrowed a national search for its next president down to four candidates Wednesday, selecting applicants with backgrounds ranging from Northwestern University to West Point.
In the case of 10-year-old Raniya Wright, Colleton County authorities have given the public little news and few insights into the circumstances surrounding her death.
Garrett Academy of Technology, a once-popular career training high school, will close its doors after 26 years as the Charleston County School District rolls out a new approach to technical training.
A week after the Charleston County School Board rejected a proposed charter school, Compass Collegiate Academy won approval from another public sponsor: The S.C. Public Charter School District. It will operate in the same area and recruit the same students as it had in its original plan.
The Noisette rose is popular with gardeners worldwide. But what if botanists have been getting the name wrong for 200 years?
At least seven children have now told police they were molested by Marvin Gethers, a parent advocate at Dunston Elementary who was arrested in 2016 after a two-year investigation into possession of child pornography.