Education

Revving Up Your Leadership Engine for This Year!

By Albert Robertson

image of 'potential' gauge

From our Educator Guest Blogger Series

Summer is often a time of reflection for me as a teacher and educational leader. 

This summer, I’ve been doing lots of thinking on the role of the leaders in our schools and in district leadership roles — our principals, our assistant principals, department chairs, directors, coordinators, teacher leaders, and the many others who tirelessly lead our educational system without a formal title. 

The End of the Road

By Sean Scott

Williams-Brice Stadium is right beside SC ETV

After 10 long, sometimes grueling (othertimes definitely not) weeks, the time has come; the end of my ETV internship is here. Before I wrap up and put a bow on this summer, I have to recap the final week first. It's been another pretty slow week here at the office with seemingly half of Content on some kind of vacation this week. This left Aimee in charge and she took a laid-back approach, not wanting my final week to be too crazy.

SC African American History Calendar: August Honoree - Henry Minton

By Bette Jamison

Images of Henry Minton - SC African American History Calendar - August Honoree

Henry Minton was the visionary behind Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity. Commonly known as the Boulé, an ancient Greek term for a council of chiefs, Sigma Pi Phi was formally established on May 15, 1904, becoming the first African American Greek-letter fraternity. He envisioned a fraternity of men with similar academic and professional attributes, who would help improve the black community. 

Fort Hill Plantation | Let’s Go!

By Sarah Pritchard

Fort Hill Plantation

William Hiott is the Executive Director & Chief Curator for Fort Hill Plantation. He guides us through the history of Fort Hill and its famous residents, John C. Calhoun and Thomas Green Clemson. Hiott also shares the unique history of the Calhoun and Clemson women who were the family owners of the historic home. With each find from archeological digs, the untold experiences of the enslaved Africans who lived and worked at Fort Hill Plantation are also being revealed.

My Last Week | Endowment Intern RoseCatherine

By RoseCatherine James

RoseCatherine at Critter Creek Farm's Goat Yoga

As my last week at ETV closes out, I'm sad to leave the experience behind, but excited to take my new skills with me into my last semester at the University of South Carolina. This summer has taught me so much. I've learned to work in different office environments and how to tell stories differently. I also learned new editing techniques. I feel prepared to finish up school and put my degree to good work.

Student Reporters Interview Astronaut Charles Duke

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Student Reporters with General Charles Duke

On Friday, July 26th, three high school students eagerly walked up the steps of the South Carolina State Museum. Although it was the midst of summer, these students chose to spend their morning at South Carolina ETV’s final Chasing the Moon event. That is because as they made their way to the third floor of the museum and turned the corner of the Science Exhibit, they knew they were walking into the opportunity of a lifetime.

Finland Parental Involvement

By Dara Khaalid

tour of Kalliola Schoo

Parent, Roope Kivekas, and a Kalliola school administratorexplain the differences in parent involvement at a Finnish school versus an American school. 

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