When we tell people that we drive a school bus, Many times they have sympathy for us. It’s a job that others don’t want to do, That’s why our numbers are so few. Hours before others in the school district are awake, We school bus drivers have a route we have to make. Early mornings […]
Dino Teppara is the director of public information for the South Carolina Department of Education. He handles a wide range of communications concerns and plays a key role in promoting the vision of state Superintendent Molly Spearman. In this segment, he talks about such issues as student safety, academic standards, and the importance of local […]
There are young people from communities across the state in the juvenile justice system. To meet their educational needs, the system has its own school district. This segment features an interview with Jamie Quinn, who works as superintendent of the Department of Juvenile Justice school district.
Scott Price became executive director of SCSBA on July 1. In this interview, he talks about his vision for the association and discusses key SCSBA services – in particular, support for school boards undertaking superintendent searches – as well as his experiences lobbying on behalf of public education.
Dr. Frank Morgan serves as superintendent in Kershaw County School District. In this segment he talks about the many duties of a school superintendent. Hint: There’s no typical day.
Podcast: Interview with Sabrina Moore, Office of Student Intervention Services, SC Department of Education
Sabrina Moore is the director of the Office of Student Intervention Services at the South Carolina Department of Education. In this segment, she talks about the ways her office supports strong after-school programs, a positive learning climate in schools, and other initiatives to help at-risk students succeed