USC music school revamps jazz program, connects wi...
By Margaret Walker | Mar 30, 2023
SC Senate hears testimony about controversial educ...
By Taylor Kaye Beltz | Mar 17, 2023
Seed Sanctuary in Richland opens new location, exp...
By Taylor Kaye Beltz | Mar 16, 2023
The ‘COVID slide’ has educators lookin...
By Bridget Frame | Feb 17, 2023
Changing the tempo: Listening to children’s ...
By Emily Okon | Feb 13, 2023
Rents on the rise, students scraping by
by Dylan Knichel | Feb 10, 2023
With rent increasing exponentially throughout the Columbia area, many University of South Carolina students are working overtime to pay the rent, and work life is cutting into their studies.Read More
Bill restricting the discussion of race in schools will move to the House floor
by Taylor Kaye Beltz | Feb 3, 2023
An education bill that would restrict what teachers can teach about race now goes to the full House of Representatives.Read More
Real Talk is a mentor program at Airport High started by social workers
by Margaret Walker | Jan 31, 2023
These volunteers help students discuss hard topics to break the silence between students and staff.Read More
Career-readiness programs in Midlands school districts are succeeding. In other regions, not so much
by Margaret Walker | Jan 27, 2023
South Carolina’s career and technical education programs aren’t performing as well as other states in the region, according to recent findings. But Midlands programs are excelling.Read More
McMaster pledges more for SC teachers. Is it enough?
by Danielle Cahn and Caroline Barry | Jan 20, 2023
Teachers and teacher advocates are responding tentatively to Gov. Henry McMaster’s proposal to increase teacher salaries.Read More
AI in the classroom: How do SC educators feel about ChatGPT?
by Noah Hale and Dylan Knichel | Jan 20, 2023
South Carolina school districts have yet to ban ChatGPT as some schools across the country move to ban the program.Read More
On the ground with voters and poll workers on Election Day
by Caleb Bozard and Julia Goulet | Nov 10, 2022
The Carolina News and Reporter’s election team asked voters who and what brought them out to the polls for the midterms. Here’s what they said.Read More
Finlay loses his House seat. Other Midlands winners, losers
by Michael Sauls | Nov 9, 2022
A list of who won what and where in Tuesday’s general electionRead More
Midlands falls short of record-breaking turnout
by Stephen Pastis and Hanah Watts | Nov 8, 2022
The Midlands faced technical and voter registration problems throughout the day — and almost saw record-breaking turnout.Read More
What should be expected from SC gov candidates?
by Noah Watson | Oct 28, 2022
Henry McMaster and Joe Cunningham had their sole debate this week before the Nov. 8 election.Read More
The national schools report card is out. SC scores dropped — sort of
by Bee Brawley | Oct 25, 2022
New national numbers suggest South Carolina’s eighth-graders — but not fourth-graders — are falling behind.Read More
A light through the slums: Locals work to lift those in poorest parts of the world
by Danielle Wallace | Oct 21, 2022
From Columbia, South Carolina, to Colombia, South America — and Kenya, Africa — local Midlands businesses and organizations are helping to improve people’s lives.Read More
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