New Presbyterian College Special Education Degree to Help Meet Statewide Need for Special Education Teachers

On June 11, the South Carolina Department of Education granted approval for Presbyterian College to offer a special education degree, which will start in Fall 2019. The Bachelor of Science degree will allow students to receive teaching certification in up to three areas. Students can become certified in multi-categorical, severe disabilities and elementary education. PC…

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Charleston County Public Library Installing New Self-Check Kiosks at Several Branches

The Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) is debuting new self-check kiosks at several of its branches this week. These kiosks are part of CCPL’s continued efforts to enhance the patron experience and remove barriers. “These new kiosks, which are becoming the standard in libraries throughout the country, increase efficiency and allow staff more time with our patrons,…

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When “His-story” Is Not “Our Story?”

By Hakim Abdul-Ali I’m a brother of color, plain and simple, and that’s the way it is no matter how you, or others, view me. To be described as otherwise is not knowing that Afrikan descendant folk here in America have their very own unique stories to tell. Because of that reality, I’ve always called…

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The Word ‘Boy,’ Race Politics, and Democratic Wrangling Raise the Interest of Black Voters

By Hamil R. Harris (TriceEdneyWire.com) – The Iowa Caucus isn’t until Feb. 20. But, the First Democratic Presidential debates are this week in Miami and African-American voters are already taking sides. The rhetorical slugfest between Vice-President Joe Biden, at the top of the polls, and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, who is trailing. Welcome officially…

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