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Carolina Classrooms: Science - View Online!

November 25, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
Girl wearing t-shrt that says, "Think like a proton - always positive."


Science : View online here!

Carolina Classrooms is ETV’s monthly educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children and this is the last edition of our featured series for 2018.

Hosted by ETV Education’s Kimberly Singletary, the Carolina Classrooms November 21st edition explores ways to get our students excited about science. Project SEED, one initiative we'll feature, is a program through USC and the American Chemical Society that gives high school students the opportunity to work in a real lab setting with mentors to learn about science and science careers!

In addition …

Bill Austin, Assistant Principal at Oakland Primary School in Sumter, shows us some fun science experiments and our friends at the State Museum share ways to get kids interested in STEM.

Be sure to join us for this interesting Carolina Classrooms program!



The informational segments in the September 2018 Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable program are available online. High school students and their families can review important information about applying for college and securing financial aid for the 2019-20 school year. Plus, find other short, educational stories online for easy access:



Access the November 21st program after it airs on SCETV and all past complete Carolina Classrooms programs to stay connected with education issues in our state! All broadcast programs are posted online after initial broadcast:



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

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