Search / 327 results found Showing: 1-10 of 327
The winning word rolled off Drew David's tongue with ease: "femininity." When he spelled it, he kept the same deliberate pace as he had all mo…
The push to increase the pay for teachers in South Carolina continues to build as lawmakers prepare to debate how to improve a faltering education system which trails other states in nearly every measure.
The Oconee County School District in the Upstate could be South Carolina's first district to take a major step toward a more year-round school year in 2020-21.
The Greenville forum was the second of four hosted by The Post and Courier in the wake of the newspaper's series "Minimally Adequate," which laid out how gaping disparities have left thousands of South Carolina students unprepared for college or the modern workforce after high school.
South Carolina placed limits on the size of public school classrooms years ago, but enforcement fell by the wayside in 2010, after the Great Recession hit. The limits still aren't enforced today.
Incoming College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu will receive a pay package of about $500,000 when he starts work on March 1 — more than his predecessor but less than some coaches and other heads of southern universities.
The forecast for the new year features more violence, more climate change and more reasons for despair. Could raising better children be part of the solution?
Since 1962, an obscure loophole in South Carolina law has allowed children to cross county lines and attend school in any district where they …
Some lawmakers would like to offer voters a second chance to make South Carolina's education chief a governor-appointed position instead of an elected one, but others say it's too soon to try again.
Last week, a group of nearly 40 educators, led by the nonpartisan grassroots organization SC for Ed, traveled to the state Capitol to raise th…