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Stories by Robin Steinberger

Trident Tech Transition Fair identifies post-high school opportunities for special needs students

The third annual Transition Fair for students with disabilities was held at Trident Technical College Saturday. The fair was organized by Charleston Collaborative Action Network (CAN) to help students with

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Universal dyslexia screening could lead to improved reading performance

Dyslexia first came to the attention of Representative Gary Clary of Pickens County when some of his constituents received exceptional needs scholarships to private schools when public schools were not

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Support Group in place for parents of dyslexic students

Parents often find navigating the school system to get help for a child having learning difficulties frustrating and intimidating. Brandi Graham was one of those parents. She has two sons

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CCSD School Choice Fair well attended

The Charleston County School District (CCSD) held a School Choice Fair on Saturday, January 20. The district held the fair at four locations this year for the first time. Parents

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C.E. Williams Middle named a National School to Watch

C.E. Williams (CEW) Middle School for Creative and Scientific Arts has been selected by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform as a School to Watch (STW). CEW is the

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New school option for top students and elite athletes

Public school students in the tri-county area now have the opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credit with no cost to them or their families – and

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Hundreds of students left behind in reading intervention program

Charleston County School District (CCSD) implemented a comprehensive literacy program in January 2010 after the Post and Courier published an article stating that one in five 9th graders were reading

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Superintendent’s evaluation procedures questionable

The results of Charleston County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait’s evaluation were shared by the School Board at its meeting Monday. Postlewait’s overall rating for the evaluation was that

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Principal shuffle creates chaos at Chicora

Lowcountry Source reported on June 25 that 19 out of the 80 schools in Charleston County School District (CCSD) would begin the 2017-2018 school year with a new principal. One

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General Assembly law eases testing burden on schools

Charleston County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait held listening sessions during the summer of 2017 for teachers, parents, students, administrators, and community members. One consistent complaint was there is

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