By the time Gov. Henry McMaster signs a new bill requiring five-day in-person learning into law this week, school districts across the state will already be ready. But teachers will benefit from two other key parts of the bill.
For more than two hours Tuesday, community members interested in voicing their opinions on a bill that would increase the penalty on crimes motivated by hate against a certain group spoke in front of a House subcommittee.
Garrett said her team did this study to get a better idea of what impact the pandemic had on teachers leaving but found the districts couldn’t tell them what percent of departures were related to COVID-19.