A new rule says international students must leave the country or transfer to a school with in-person instruction to remain in the U.S. legally under the conditions of their student visa if their college does not offer any in-person instruction in the fall.
Jenna Schiferl is a Columbia native and an education reporter at The Post and Courier. Her work has been featured in Garnet & Black Magazine, South Carolina Living and Jasper Magazine.
Starting in 2022, Charleston County School Board members will be elected only by the people who live in their district.
Districts across the state have decided to prohibit foreign exchange students from attending their schools, causing last-minute hurdles for students, families and service providers.
A new, $100,000 federal grant will help expand Charleston County School District’s efforts to provide students with access to healthy foods.
College of Charleston alumni are calling on the school to make important steps toward addressing diversity on campus. They say they’re tired of waiting.
Since conditions related to COVID-19 change every day, few schools have released their formal plans for August instruction. But a handful of districts, including some in the Charleston area, have provided glimpses into what the fall semester will hold.
All in-person summer activities and academic enrichment programs in Charleston County will be delayed until July 20.
While the plan hasn't been finalized, a proposal discussed Thursday includes significant changes to instruction, campus life and residence halls.
Experts say it's essential for pet owners to plan in advance where they’ll house furry members of the family in the event of an emergency evacuation, since many hotels and shelters don’t allow pets.