The Charleston County School District could close two of its public schools by 2020, but it's unclear which ones.
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Three candidates seeking the job of president at the College of Charleston took turns establishing their liberal-arts bona fides during campus visits this week.
The College of Charleston has moved a big step forward toward finding a new leader that will usher the school into a rapidly changing future.
Sibling admission policies, along with bus transportation and racial demographics, all loom large as the Charleston County School Board ponder…
The Charleston County School District must redraw its attendance lines to achieve equality, according to a new report from diversity consultants hired by the district. Other big changes could be on the way as well, including the closure of underperforming schools.
The College of Charleston has begun practicing race-conscious affirmative action in its admissions office again, about two years after quietly…
One of South Carolina's largest public colleges pulled the plug on race-conscious admissions in 2016. Watchdogs say it's part of a trend toward "race-neutral" policies.
The Trump administration doesn't want colleges to consider race as a factor in their admissions processes — but at least one public university…
The nation's population has been growing increasingly diverse, racially and ethnically, but South Carolina is still bucking that trend, according to the latest census estimates.
The College of Charleston's next president should be someone other than a white male, some of its students and alumni say.