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Stories by Robin Steinberger

CCSD re-evaluating school choice programs

The (Charleston) Post and Courier reported that the Charleston County School District (CCSD) is re-evaluating its school choice programs based on feedback from a recent Clemson University diversity study on

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Letter to the Editor – Concerned parent wants more focus on neighborhood schools

I am writing in response to Lowcountry Source’s recent article,  CCSD’s Priorities Are with the Powerful, describing the recent state of affairs with CCSD rebuilding Stono Park Elementary. The district

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CCSD’s priorities are with the powerful

Lowcountry Source reported on the contentious battle between the Stono Park Elementary parents, teachers, and community to replace the 66-year-old school or whether to renovate the crumbling building with mold

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Schools open in a week – Are you ready?

Outfitting a child to go back to school will cost an average of about $650 this year.  Parents spend money on clothes, backpacks, shoes, haircuts, and school supplies. The one-time expense

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Mt. Pleasant gets top priority in CCSD building plan

The 2018 high school football season is about to begin,  and Mt. Pleasant’s Wando High School will have a brand new,  multipurpose stadium. The facility, slated to open in August,

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CCSD pays $188,000 for floating consultant

School board candidate Jake Rambo revealed earlier this week that the Charleston County School District (CCSD) spent $65,000 for an image consultant. Lowcountry Source recently learned that CCSD has payed

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Retired CCSD principal and administrator to run for school board

Paul Padron is running for one of the four seats on the ballot for Charleston County School Board in November. He is vying for the West Ashley seat currently held

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CCSD spends $65,000 on image consultant

Jake Rambo, a candidate for the Charleston County School Board, uncovered a $65,000 payment made by Charleston County School District (CCSD) to Chernoff Newman, LLC. Chernoff Newman is a large

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Corruption in CCSD – Letter to Editor by Ian Kay

It’s a very nice gesture, to propose an increase in teachers’ salaries in Charleston County. Teachers deserve adequate compensation. However, a monetary reward will not solve the problems that are

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CCSD adds unadvertised administrative jobs

Lowcountry Source has learned the Charleston County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait is adding administrative jobs without posting them on-line or gaining school board approval. The positions are given

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