Charleston County School District's mask requirement forces teachers to open virtual classrooms as students who refuse to wear face coverings are sent home.
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We knew locking kids out of the classroom in the spring of 2020 and, in some districts, much of this past school year stunted their academic g…
Aiken County Board of Education approved the draft of the 2021-22 Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan during a spe…
Charleston County School District’s Office of Expanded Learning (Kaleidoscope) has received a $150,000 grant from Outschool.org to provide fre…
Every school district in South Carolina must offer full weeks of in-person learning by April 12 and keep the classroom doors open in the coming academic year under legislation approved by the Senate.
Open enrollment has begun for the Aiken County Public School District's all-virtual Aiken Innovate program.
When asked whether they believed it was best for all instruction to be online during the pandemic, just over 50 percent of teachers surveyed disagreed.
In the wake of parent and community outcry, district leaders will meet with school principals Tuesday morning to discuss the feasibility of informing families every time there is a positive COVID-19 case reported in their child's classroom.
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Charleston County schools will see an influx of students switching from online instruction to face-to-face instruction on Nov. 11, the start of the second quarter.