South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster wants to spend the last $17 million of his COVID-19 education relief money to fully pay for anyone to go to a technical college for two years to train to enter high demand jobs.
The mother of a Pelion High School student in Lexington School District One worried that if she didn’t speak up in light of the bullying her son has experienced in recent days, the problems would persist.
Clutching a page of notes, Bob Russo sat in the middle of the boisterous audience in the school gymnasium, reviewing what he wanted to tell the Douglas County School District board members. When it was his turn to speak, Russo stood and approached the microphone.
The survey found 83 percent of teachers in the district say they feel more exhausted this year than they did last year with another 66 percent admitting they considered or are considering quitting or making this their last year of teaching.