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Amid education crisis, S.C. teachers receive starting salary boost, bonuses
by Cora Stone | Apr 4, 2022
As teachers are leaving the classroom at record-breaking numbers, legislators approve a $40,000 starting salary for teachers and local school districts provide educators with multiple bonuses.Read More
S.C. schools get more funding against COVID-19
by Christopher Lorensen | Oct 14, 2020
South Carolina school districts are receiving $33 million to support plexiglass barriers and other personal protective equipment to assist in conducting face-to-face instruction.Read More
Side hustle is new normal for SC teachers
by Camille Doloughty | Apr 17, 2019
Low teacher income in South Carolina has forced teachers to obtain a second job to help make ends meet.Read More
Former educators outraged with attempted education reform
by Zack Bennett | Apr 11, 2019
Former education professionals gathered at the South Carolina Education Association Retired Annual Convention, where many expressed outrage and disappointment with the process surrounding education reform so far this year.Read More
On Carolina Day, tweets and talk as USC lobbies for more funding
Carolina Day brought major figures in South Carolina politics to the forefront of higher education funding during what one state senator called “the great education debate of 2019.”Read More
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