Riley Fellows in the News: March 10, 2020
Brad Bechtold (Upstate, Spring 2006), associate professor of business at Anderson University, is the first director of their new Family Enterprise Institute of South Carolina. Read more. Beth Brotherton (Upstate,
Riley Fellows in the News: February 13, 2020
Latoya Dixon (Midlands, Spring 2019), former director of the SC Department of Education’s office of school transformation, was named director of elementary programs and gifted education in York School District
Riley Fellows in the News: January 28, 2020
Andy Brack (Lowcountry, Spring 2006), longtime publisher of the online Statehouse Report policy forecast, is the new publisher of the Charleston City Paper. Read more. Beth Burke Richardson (Midlands, Spring
Edutopia: "A Public School Makes the Case for 'Montessori for All'"
Citing the Riley Institute's public Montessori research, Edutopia wrote about a Title I public school in rural Latta, South Carolina with a successful Montessori program.
The Post and Courier: "South Carolina has a lot of Montessori schools. Are they a good idea for your kid?"
In an editorial parenting column, The Post and Courier writes about the distinguishing factors of a Montessori education as a response to popular questions from parents.
The Post and Courier: South Carolina’s public Montessori programs can bridge achievement gap
November 7, 2018 | Photograph courtesy of The Post and Courier Members of the Riley Institute Team, Drs. Brooke Culclasure and David Fleming, wrote for The Post and Courier about Montessori programs