“Imagine seeing a 200-pound student chase down one of your teachers and punch her in the face and break her glasses and continue to punch her.”
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When the weather outside is frightful, students in a few South Carolina school districts won't find their day so delightful. Five districts are replacing snow days this school year with online class days in a pilot program.
Fourth-grade math and reading scores are down. Eighth-grade achievement in both subjects has flatlined. And the state's national rankings, which were low to begin with, have gone from bad to worse.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina could eventually award more than $33 million for a Christmas Day lottery glitch that mistakenly printed 42,000 winni…