Resources

The Relationship Between Poverty and School Performance

ABSTRACT Poverty shapes the experience of more than twelve million children in the United States.…


Carolina Transition to Teaching: We’re Better Together

The Carolina Transition to Teaching Program, funded through a US DoE Teacher Quality Partnership…


Teaching During a Pandemic: Initial Insights from SC Teachers

Teaching During a Pandemic: Initial Insights from SC Teachers


The Relationship Between Poverty and School Performance in South Carolina

The Relationship Between Poverty and School Performance in South Carolina……


Why I’m Still Here: Reflections on the Choice to Teach

by Alexis Deese-Smith  7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher at R.H. Fulmer Middle School…


Teacher Workforce Demographics and Data:
A Deeper Dive with Working Paper Series II

by Dr. Thomas E. Hodges, Director for SC-TEACHER and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the…


Social and Emotional Learning (SEL):
Teacher Self-Care

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Supporting Novice Teachers in the Time of COVID-19

by Angela Adams, Lead Coach, Carolina Teacher Induction Program Last June, my four-year-old asked…


Let’s Talk About That: Teacher Retention

By Cindy Van Buren, Assistant Dean for Professional Partnerships, UofSC College of Education This…


ROUNDTABLE: Focusing On Our State’s Retention Issues

How are issues of teacher retention impacting students and schools in South Carolina? What are…