Protesters assembled Monday morning about an hour before the scheduled start of a Charleston County School District meeting that could ultimately decide on major changes for more than a dozen schools in the district.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spent part of Veterans Day speaking to the South Carolina Corps of Cadets at The Citadel about how his military experience shaped his leadership style and took questions from students on current affairs.
The Charleston County School District voted Monday afternoon to approve a new policy that will affect who is in control of all security video taken within district schools, buses and on school property.
The 12th annual voyage was a part of Ashley Hall’s competitive Offshore Leadership Program which selects girls aged 15 to 18 to participate in the elective that teaches them how to run the ship, navigate waters and work together to pull it all off.
Melissa Chastain says her third grade students are eager learners, and like many children, learn more effectively with hands-on activities. She is requesting "Can Do Reading Games," which are hands-on reading activities.
A former Charleston County associate superintendent agreed Tuesday to a two-year suspension of his teaching certificate in connection with his handling of the Marvin Gethers case months after the period of suspension had already ended.
Students in Deborah Batzer's science class at West Ashley High have a great opportunity to learn how flooding happens. Because flooding is common in the Lowcountry, she requested stream tables kits, to help students gain a better understanding of how water moves in and out of streams and rivers.
WalletHub released its report on 2019′s Best & Worst States for Teachers and the Palmetto State ranked eighth in the nation as one of the worst states for teachers to work. South Carolina ranked 44th overall in WalletHub’s study of best and worst states.
From downtown to beach towns, flooded streets and yards are a common sight. And a teacher at West Ashley High wants to seize this opportunity to use a real world issue to teach her students a lesson that extends beyond the walls of the classroom.
Micki Boulineau of Charleston Charter School for Math and Science needs something called Breakout Edu Kits for her ninth graders.The kits will encourage students to collaborate in solving problems. They will provide students with hands-on materials to make learning and exploring fun.
Hanahan Police are working to identify the source of a pair of threatening phone calls early Wednesday morning that prompted a search of Hanahan High School that backed up the school’s schedule by two hours.