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ETV is giving summer television a boost with a strong slate of new primetime science and nature programming including Big Blue Live, an unprecedented series documenting…
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ETV Featured Partner: Migrant Head Start “Camp Care” –Lodge, S.C.
The East Coast Migrant Head Start Project, a division of the federal Head Start program, serves children of Latino migrant and seasonal farmworkers. They provide dual-language early childhood education for children from birth to age five, and also teach classes designed to enhance parents’ understanding of the American public school system. Migrant Head Start’s main objectives are to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to enter kindergarten, and to empower parents to take an active role in the education of their children.
ETV is one of 32 American Graduate grantee stations nationwide. During the grant period, ETV is capturing stories of innovative approaches to combating the dropout crisis. The ETV American Graduate team visited the community of Lodge in Colleton County to spotlight their “Camp Care” Migrant Head Start center, which operates from June to November and serves around 85 kids per season.
To learn more about Migrant Head Start services in South Carolina, visit www.ecmhsp.org.
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ETV Video Testimonials
What Others Are Saying ...
"ETV staff helped develop DVDs and videos to illustrate re-enactment points in training… ETV helps 4 state police agencies and 260 local agencies.”
Rev. Dr. J. Eric Skidmore, SC Law Enforcement Assistance Program
"ETV and ETV Radio are the backbone of our secondary system (Emergency Management Division); they are critical to the operation of that system…"
Joe Farmer, Public Information Director, SC Emergency Management Division
"I’ve been watching ETV in various forms since childhood, but two of my favorite programs that are on now would be the Carolina Stories series and Southern Lens…I really like the introduction to new people and places.”
Erin Curtis, recently returned home to SC from Peace Corps volunteer service in Kazakhstan, Central Asia