Will new technology save education in South Carolina?

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Two of South Carolina’s poorest school districts have teamed-up with Furman University to offer high school students a new way to master their three R’s.

And as they do, Furman educators plan to use the schools as models to finally turn around the state’s bottom-dwelling public education system, ranked 47th worst in the nation in high school graduations and, according to one national survey, dead last in student performance.

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