Senators learning a invoice that may overhaul public schooling in South Carolina plan two extra meetings on both aspect of the state.
The Senate Schooling Committee will meet 6 p.m. Monday on the auditorium at Gaffney High Faculty. They’ll meet towards Thursday on the auditorium at Georgetown Excessive Faculty.
The group is learning an enormous invoice altering schooling. An identical proposal was handed earlier this month by the Home.
The committee has already held meetings in Hartsville and McCormick.
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Republican Sen. Greg Hembree of Little River says they heard considerations over state-mandated testing, pay raises and allowing academics more of a voice in how one can control their classroom.
Hembree says hearing the identical considerations in several locations provides him an concept what the problems really are.