Education

VIDEO | USC Students Work Collaboratively to Build Mobile Apps

By Marina Ziehe

Computer science class

As previously mentioned in Carolina Money, the University of South Carolina Entrepreneurship Club has partnered with the USC Computer Science Department to make 13 mobile apps. Students in the computer science class are working collaboratively with business students to build a minimum viable product that they are envisioning.

EOC Reports - Resources for Schools and Districts on Testing

By Bette Jamison

SC Education oversight Committee logo

Are you looking for resources for students and parents on testing? The Education Oversight Committee (EOC) has developed a print resource to help students and families understand the purposes of assessment and what the different types of assessment are. Tips for student testing success are included in the document.

Additional Funds to Retain SC Teachers

By Aimee Crouch

SC State House

The S.C. House unanimously passed an amendment to the state budget that would allocate over $9 million to teachers in high-poverty areas. The school districts included in the plan have at least 80 percent of students living in poverty. The one-year funding is to help retain good teachers in poorer districts that can’t pay the same salaries as some of the richer districts in the state. Some of the areas include Allendale, Clarendon, Hampton, Lee, and Bamberg.

SC Graduate Schools Rank High Among Country's Best by US News and World Report

By Marina Ziehe

Picture of a podium in the sky

Graduate schools at three S.C. universities - USC, Clemson, and MUSC - were ranked among the country’s best by U.S. News and World Report.

The Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina tied for the No. 71 spot on the overall Best Business Schools list. USC’s International MBA program ranked No. 1 in that subcategory, while its part-time MBA program tied for 24th in that specialty.

Carolina Classrooms: Summer Camps for Students March 30 on ETV

By Bette Jamison

Teenagers at camp

Carolina Classrooms is ETV’s monthly educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children. Watch ETV March 30 at 7:00 p.m. for a special edition that will focus on summer camps that engage students and help them remain education-focused while school is out.  

Women’s History Month Collection - Now on Knowitall Media!

By Mimi Brown

Silhouette of woman's head

This month, Knowitall Media features women who have made a difference throughout our history! Visit our Women’s History Month Collection to learn about abolitionists Sarah and Angelina Grimké; heroes from the American Revolution Dicey Langston, Dorcas Richardson, Emily Geiger, and Grace and Rachel Martin; Civil War diarist Mary Boykin Chesnut; the first woman elected to the S.C. Legislature, Mary Gordon Ellis; the first female obstetrician/gynecologist in S.C., Dr.

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