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Carolina Classrooms: NEW Online Education Stories

March 1, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
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NEW THIS SCHOOL YEAR … Carolina Classrooms 

Features online education stories in addition to broadcast programs! Visit our website for education stories from around our state that feature students involved in science, technology, engineering and math, as well as stories about the arts, writing, nutrition, education policy, and more. 

So … at you have access to not only the broadcast programs that have aired on SCETV, but also short stories on a variety of education topics! For example: Chapin High School Principal Names 2018 National Principal of the Year, 8th Grade Students Learn about SC Career Opportunities, Gerrick Hampton Shares Scholarship and College Application Programs, USC Sumter Science Camps, and Bullying and Suicide Prevention. 

And … with the broadcast programs such as Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable (Sept. 2017), Carolina Classrooms: Digital Literary (Nov. 2017) and Carolina Classrooms: Recruiting and Supporting Teachers in SC (Feb. 2018) … you have access to the full program that aired on SCETV, but also you can just view the key segments in the program. Access the segments that interest you!



Carolina Classrooms: Recruiting and Supporting Teachers in South Carolina, a new edition in SCETV’s educational series, aired February 28 on SCETV. Host Dr. Lemuel Watson, USC professor and Executive Director of the Center for Innovation in Higher Education, led a discussion on the important issue of teacher recruitment and retention with guests Dr. Debra Lee, Clinical Director of the Greenville Alternative Teacher Education Program; Craig King, Director of Governmental Affairs for the Palmetto State Teachers Association; education professionals with CERRA; and representatives from several South Carolina institutions of higher education.

In addition,  Surya Korrapati, a senior at River Bluff High School; Rush Johnston, a student at the Governor's School for Arts and Humanities in Greenville; and Taylor Kahn-Perry, a senior at Charleston County School of the Arts, all part of “Student Voice,” a group working to increase student involvement in education policy, are featured in extra online segments. (Find out more about “Student Voice” at Students around our state are encouraged to tell Carolina Classrooms about their schools and what topics and policies they are interested in: 

The February 28 broadcast program on recruiting and supporting teachers and the extra online segments will be available online soon!




GET INVOLVED: If you'd like to be a part of future programs, we invite you to contact us! 

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