03/08/2019 in: News
By Russ McKinney
The S.C. House of Representatives this week overwhelmingly passed a major bill that overhauls the state’s education system.
It pumps more money into the system, gives the state education superintendent more ability to take over low-performing school districts, and creates a nearly $100 Million fund to help bring businesses to places where schools are poor and struggling.
The state’s low performing school system is hurting South Carolina’s businesses, and the state's Republican leadership is moving to try and correct deficiencies.