Minimally Adequate: Fixing the Standard For SC Public Schools

The South Carolina state education standard mandates a “minimally adequate,” free public education for all students. Even that low threshold is not being met in some areas. This poses unique challenges for SC students. Educators, lawmakers, and governing officials recognize these shortcomings and are committed to education reform. Find out what is being done to address these issues and what remains to be done to ensure our children meet the demands of a 21st century workforce. Speakers: The Honorable Ross Turner, SC Senate Education Committee and K12 Subcommittee; W. Burke Royster, Ph.D., Superintendent, Greenville County Schools; Dr. Edward Anderson, Principal, Tanglewood Middle School

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