ETV Education celebrates National School Breakfast Week & more

By Salandra Bowman

SCETV National School Breakfast Week graphicRegardless of the time, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. March 2 – 6, ETV Education will celebrate National School Breakfast Week in collaboration with Colleton County School District, Richland County School District 2, and Williamsburg County First Steps.

EOC releases Report on State-funded Full Day 4K

By Bette Jamison

SC Education Oversight CommitteeThe General Assembly first created and funded the Child Development Education Pilot Program (CERDEP) by a budget proviso in Fiscal Year 2006-07. In 2014 the General Assembly codified the program in Act 284 and renamed it the South Carolina Child Early Reading Development and Education Program. CERDEP provides full-day early childhood education for at-risk children who are four years of age by September 1.

University of Possibilities

By Ricky Taylor

Students  A program at the University of South Carolina is getting middle school students excited about college. Watch the full episode: Education Highlights in South Carolina

SCETV celebrates CTE Month

By Stephanie Frazier

SCETV Workforce Education graphicFebruary is home to Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. CTE encompasses many different types of education, from classroom learning to certification programs to work-based learning opportunities outside the classroom. SCETV is excited to collaborate with multiple partners to develop resources highlighting the importance of CTE in South Carolina.

Earn affordable grad credits with TeacherLine Southeast

By K. Finger

Teacher on laptop at homeEducators, earn 3 grad credits for your +30 credential or certificate renewal for only $525 - or even less if a discount code is available – with ETV’s TeacherLine Southeast program! Affordable doesn’t mean cheap though; TeacherLine courses are robust courses offering active facilitator guidance and lots of peer exchange. Upcoming course start dates include February 12, 26 and March 11, 2020 . Sample courses, including 3 Read to Succeed (R2S) courses : [R2S] An Introduction to Underlying Principles and Research for Effective Literacy Instruction [R2S] Vocabulary as a Foundation for Learning [...

Mary McLeod Bethune | SC Hall of Fame

By Jackie Johnson

Mary McLeod BethuneIf there were a Mount Rushmore for African-Americans, Mary McLeod Bethune would definitely be on there. She is hailed as one of the most influential African-American educators and Civil Rights figures, during the first half of the 20th century. Mary Jane McLeod Bethune was born on July 10th, 1875, on a cotton farm in Mayesville, South Carolina, the 15th out of 17 Children born to Samuel and Patsy McIntosh McLeod, former slaves. Deeply religious and achieving academically…young Mary knew that there was something powerful about education that she wanted to master. Mary studied at the Scotia...

Jazz for Young People

By Karen Hermann

Jazz music education program for students at Koger Center, Columbia, SCThe Koger Center partnered with ColaJazz to bring a musical experience to some summer campers from the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Midlands and Kershaw County. Musicians Mark Rapp and Eboni Ramm say music is educational and being in a band builds teamwork and other soft skills. Watch the full episode: Education Highlights in South Carolina

Septima Clark | SC Hall of Fame

By Jackie Johnson

Septima Clark Septima Poinsette Clark was known as the “Queen Mother” or “Grandmother” of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Martin Luther King, Jr., commonly referred to Ms. Clark, as “The Mother of the Movement”. Born in Charleston, SC, in 1898, Septima’s life was greatly influenced by “reconstruction”. Charleston was strictly segregated and divided by class. Hungry to learn, Septima Clark learned to read and write, from an elderly woman who taught Black girls. Later, she went to Avery High School, a school founded by Blacks, by missionaries from Massachusetts. Financially strapped, unable...

February 2020 on

By Mimi Wortham-Brown

Images from content featured in February 2020 on Knowitall.orgFind the Content You Need on African American History—All in One Place—Knowitall! Knowitall Collections make it easy to find what you need! Check out our African American History and Martin Luther King Collections! Visit and explore! We also highlight resources for International Day of Women and Girls in Science and World Day of Social Justice. SC African American History Calendar: February Honoree – Reubin Bookert Rear Admiral Reubin B. Bookert is a native of Columbia, S.C. He graduated from C.A. Johnson High School in 1968 and North Carolina A&T State University with a B.S. degree. He...