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Transforming Education in South Carolina

Transforming Education in South Carolina

Dean Watson's long-term vision, coupled with strategic partnerships at all levels, is changing education — and democracy — in South Carolina.

Education advocates secures millions in grants

Education advocates secures millions in grants

Improving mathematics education, teacher education and teacher leadership remains resolute to College of Education researchers

USC Children's Center STEM Fair Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014

USC Children's Center STEM Fair Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014

The USC Children's Center is inviting South Carolina families to a free STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fair Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014 from 9 a.m. – noon at its location at 1530 Wheat St. in Columbia, South Carolina.

Dean Watson to deliver keynote address at APLU 2014 National Access, Diversity and Excellence Summit

Dean Watson to deliver keynote address at APLU 2014 National Access, Diversity and Excellence Summit

This national summit will address access, success and diversity within K-12 and higher education settings across the country.

Enterprise Learning Launches in SC with $24.9 Million Race to the Top-District Grant

Enterprise Learning Launches in SC with $24.9 Million Race to the Top-District Grant

Four diverse school districts in South Carolina came together last year to form a consortium recently awarded a $24.9 million grant in the second round of Race to the Top-District competition funding by the U.S. Department of Education.

Empowing Girls in India with Diversity in Thought, Approach and Action

Empowing Girls in India with Diversity in Thought, Approach and Action

"I became disturbed by the severe marginalization of women and girls in India - particularly in rural India," says Dr. Payal Shah.

Achievement Recognized at SASTE Conference

Achievement Recognized at SASTE Conference

Dr. Nathan Carnes and graduate student Brittany Garvin receive high honors at the conference.

Claire Robinson Named 2014 Breakthrough Graduate Scholar

Claire Robinson Named 2014 Breakthrough Graduate Scholar

Ph.D. candidate Claire Robinson is one of 14 USC students awarded this prestigious honor.