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The Lancaster Fatherhood Project is a nonprofit organization that focuses on helping noncustodial fathers become responsible and involved in their children’s lives. Tyrom Faulkner , the Executive Director for the Lancaster Fatherhood Project, talks about their goal as an organization.
He says, “Our goal is to reengage fathers in the lives of their children in a positive manner. You know, to help them step up to the plate and be that Godly father that...
Whether you’re working on your Masters +30, need three credits to renew your certificate, or just want to take your teaching to the next level, PBS TeacherLine facilitated courses will serve you well. These flexible, yet robust, online courses are affordable and enriching! Fall courses begin October 11, 2017 .
Don’t want to be alone in an online course? You won’t with TeacherLine! You’ll be actively guided through your course by a specially trained,...
From: Making it Grow
Clemson Extension Agent and Host of "Making It Grow" Amanda McNulty visits CRAVE Artisan Specialty Market in Columbia, SC. Crave’s goal is to help bring local producers and consumers together. They offer locally produced South Carolina Specialty Food Association items such as produce, meats and other small-batch artisan products. In addition, they also use these items to create sandwiches, salads and more including tomato pies!
The Digital Immersion Project , developed by PBS Digital with support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, is a unique opportunity that mixes in-depth training, hands-on workshops, and collaborative mentorship to improve overall expertise in digital strategies and tactics. The professional development program also focuses on strategic and organizational tactics, with the selected participants being able to draw on the project’s learnings and a national network of public media contacts to further digital success at...
South Carolina is a state facing many difficulties in the area of health. Poverty, poor access to care, costs, long distances, a shortage of providers, and a history of chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure and high levels of stroke and diabetes, permeate the state with uncertainties.
Due to combined efforts, South Carolina is now on the edge of a new frontier in health care. Telehealth offers new ways of delivering care through...
Dear Viewers and Listeners:
Our SCETV Presents series A Chef’s Life begins its fifth season this month. Chef Vivian Howard takes a food truck out to surrounding areas to support her first cookbook and experience local flavors along the way. Beyond the Fields: Middleton Place delves into the history of the plantation near Charleston, exploring the lives and contributions of those who lived and worked there. Also not to be missed are new seasons...
Gov. Henry McMaster signed an executive order Thursday to send 150 engineer soldiers with the S.C. National Guard to assist in recovery efforts following the widespread destruction wreaked by Hurricane Maria.
The engineers are part of a multi-state Engineer Task Force comprised of a total of 750 soldiers from the North Carolina, Louisiana and New York Army National Guards, according to a press release from the governor's office. They will assist in clearing roads...
The James Otis Lecture for Constitution Day 2017 was taped at the State House on Sept. 15, 2017 and is now available online .
Featuring U.S. District Court Judge Richard M. Gergel and S.C. Court of Appeals Judge Aphrodite Konduros, the program topic is “Separation of Powers and the Judges’ Role in our Constitutional System.”
Presented by the South Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SC ABOTA), the James Otis...
Take your students on a learning adventure and inspire a lifelong love of science!
From: Making it Grow
Suzy Ellison with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture's South Carolina Specialty Food Association along with Bob Cook of Burnt and Salty that features Korean Mustards, Coconut Suka and a Chili Glaze joins us on "Making It Grow".
The growing number of maltreated, vulnerable adults is a “hidden crisis” in South Carolina, fueled by an aging population, high turnover within the state Department of Social Services and low funding, the agency’s director said Tuesday.
DSS Director Susan Alford told a Senate oversight panel that her agency is addressing issues raised in a report, which analyzed the agency’s underequipped adult protective services program.
“We call it the hidden crisis in South Carolina,...
South Carolina students outperformed the national average on both the SAT and Advanced Placement exams, according to the State Department of Education.
The overall mean SAT score was four points higher than the national mean at 1,058—out of a potential 1,600 on the recently redesigned test.
Forty-six percent of the class of 2017—or 19,605 students—took the redesigned SAT. Students scored eight points higher than their national peers on the reading and writing section,...
How much do you know about applying for financial aid? Test your skills with our Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable Challenge !
Link to game is here .
Be sure to watch Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable , Wednesday, September 27 from 7-8 p.m. on SCETV. After the show has aired, program segments, extra interviews, and answers to frequently asked questions will be posted to carolinaclassrooms.org .
Let us know how you...
From: Making it Grow
Clemson Extension Agent and Host of 'Making It Grow" Amanda McNulty, travels to Paris Mountain, SC to the private garden of Bill and Dee Bradshaw. This garden, named "Stoney Waters", feature multiple ponds, streams, bogs, a mountain garden, a Japanese garden, a Monet garden and much much more.
Kicking off the new season in ETV’s Carolina Classrooms series is our annual Making College Affordable special now online .
Financial aid professionals from colleges and agencies across the state will offer advice on applying for and financing college. This timely information is important for high school junior and seniors!Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable
Will provide information that is key for students seeking financial assistance for the 2018-19 school year. The time...
South Carolina school districts are invited to apply for the SC Community Block Grants for Education Pilot Program, a matching grants program designed to improve children’s readiness for kindergarten by enhancing the quality of pre-kindergarten programs for four-year-olds.
Carolina Classrooms is ETV’s monthly educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children and this year we have a new look! Hosted by Dr. Lemuel Watson, USC professor and Executive Director of the Center for Innovation in Higher Education,
ETV presents programs of interest to teachers and students! In October, ETV features a revealing story about Edgar Allan Poe , specials for National Disability & Down Syndrome Awareness Month and new PBS Kids programs for Bully Prevention Month and Halloween. Don’t miss Palmetto Scene on Thursdays and This Week in South Carolina every Friday. ETV is your destination for learning!
WGBH EdForum: Supporting and Engaging Students in the Middle Grades - Wed., Sept. 27, 8:00am - 5:00pm
On Wednesday, September 27th , WGBH will host an educational forum focused on the successes and challenges of supporting students in grades 6-8 , formative years for young adolescents.
Take a class while teaching one? Yes, with PBS TeacherLine -- the flexible, online delivery makes it possible and the high-quality makes it worthwhile! Fall renewal/graduate credit courses begin September 13 and October 11, 2017 , or enroll in a ‘mini’ self-paced course for a quick boost.
ETV Teacher Recertification offers courses in ELA, science, social studies, mathematics, the arts, and general education to meet your renewal needs. Each course earns 20 renewal credits (NO graduate credit) and costs $75. Courses approved by SC Department of Education for renewal credit, facilitated online and self-paced. Work on them anytime from anywhere!
Linda O’Bryon has been awarded The Order of the Palmetto by South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster. This prestigious award recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the life and well-being of South Carolina and her people. O’Bryon, who has led South Carolina ETV and Public Radio, is stepping down after seven years. The presentation, by SCETV Commission chair Dr. Brent Nelsen, was made during a surprise reception.
During her tenure, O’Bryon consolidated the...
The South Carolina Educational Television Commission has announced the appointment of Anthony Padgett as the new president and CEO of South Carolina ETV and Public Radio, following a nationwide search. He succeeds Linda O’Bryon, who announced her intention to resign last year.
Padgett, 43, has served as Georgia Public Broadcasting's Chief Operating Officer since 2014. His responsibilities included the management and oversight of the organization's day-to-day operational needs, including technology services, content creation and...
From: Making it Grow
Clemson Extension Agent and host of "Making It Grow" Amanda McNulty visits the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden's new area called Waterfall Junction where children can learn about gardening, explore nature, play in treehouses and splash around in a waterfall.
From: Making it Grow
Solidago, commonly called goldenrods, is a genus of about 100 to 120 species of flowering plants in the aster family, Asteraceae. There are about 30 of those different species in South Carolina. The curator of the University of South Carolina's A.C. Moore Herbarium, Dr. John Nelson, visits us at "Making It Grow" and shares with us some of the specimens they have collected.