Paul Bowers is an education reporter and father of three living in North Charleston. He previously worked at the Charleston City Paper, where he was twice named South Carolina Journalist of the Year in the weekly category.
Charleston County voters could decide next year if they want to keep paying a 1 percent sales tax to fund school construction, renovation and …
The head of Dorchester County's career training center wanted to make a splash with this year's graduating class, many of whom are taking jobs in construction and trades. His idea came from the world of sports: Have a signing day.
How to break up a high school of 4,000 students? With Mount Pleasant's Lucy Beckham High opening in 2020, parents have a chance to weigh in on where the new attendance lines are drawn.
In a single year, a Facebook group for frustrated teachers grew into one of the largest labor actions in South Carolina history, briefly trans…
Decked out in red and flooding the state capital, a crowd of teachers, parents and supporters demanded better working conditions for teachers and students Wednesday.
Here are answers to 11 questions regarding South Carolina's May 1 teacher protest planned in Columbia.
With teachers preparing to march on the Statehouse Wednesday, some are uncertain about their legal rights in a staunchly anti-union state.
The school districts in Charleston and Berkeley counties will remain open Wednesday despite hundreds of teachers taking personal leave days to…
"The sleeping giant is waking up." Forty years after teachers threatened to strike for better working conditions, a new wave of teacher activists is preparing to march on the Statehouse Wednesday.
Seven school districts and one charter school have now announced they will close their doors during a statewide teacher protest in Columbia May 1.