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The Post and Courier: SC Education Department, Riley Institute to invest $1.3M in learning leadership program
November 11, 2021 South Carolina’s Department of Education is partnering with the Riley Institute at Furman University to invest $1.3 million in a new afterschool and summer-learning leadership program. The
Current: New initiative brings together pubmedia leaders to focus on DEI efforts
Current, a national news outlet for public media professionals, highlighted the Public Media Diversity Leaders Initiative in an online article published on August 30.
Greenville News: "Should Greenville County Schools start a public Montessori program?"
During a Greenville County Schools board meeting, members broached the topic of offering a public Montessori school option.
Tribute to Bill White
The Richard W. Riley Institute at Furman staff were profoundly saddened upon hearing about the passing of Bill White, Chairman of the Board of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, and
Public Education Media Coverage Archive 2006-2020
October 2020 Quality Counts, a Spartanburg First Steps program, received the 2020 Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award during a virtual celebration of South Carolina public education presented by Furman
New Tech Schools Media Coverage
To view articles written on the various New Tech schools, please scroll down. South Carolina today opened its first two New Tech Network high schools, including one in a community that holds