“We don’t need a replicate of CMI. What we need is a facility that is similar to CMI in other areas of innovation.”
Solar panels installed at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School will provide the school with clean power and educate students in renewable energy.
“This is a seminal moment in the university’s history.”
The bad news for Greenville and Spartanburg residents: you live in one of the most overleveraged cities in the United States when it comes to student loan debts. The good news is that it’s better than most South Carolina cities.
One of the keys to successful people is they like to read, and they read things beyond what they need to read to make a living.
Nearly 700 students will receive degrees at Bob Jones University’s commencement Friday, the 90th in the school’s history.
Tuesday’s Dins Day was a way for Furman University’s backers — from alumni, students and parents, faculty and staff, and benefactors — to show their support of the school.
Last year, Dins Day raised $1,012,370 through 1,733 gifts.
Seventy-eight percent of third- through fifth-grade students who participated in Public Education Partners’ Make Summer Count reading program maintained or increased their reading levels during summer break in 2016.
Dead last. The very bottom. That’s where South Carolina ranked in education in U.S. News & World Report’s inaugural ranking of all 50 states — rendering the state’s go-to response for bad education rankings, “Thank God for Mississippi,” useless. But what does the ranking really mean? Is South Carolina’s education system really the worst in the nation?
East North Street Academy teacher Carlena Gould wants to buy 23 addition, subtraction, and multiplication games for students to keep at home and practice the basics.
Greenville County Schools Superintendent Burke Royster received a one-year contract extension Wednesday.
Greenville County Schools does not plan to dismiss students early today because of the threat of tornados and severe thunderstorms.