Tagged education


Politics with Pavlinec: Affirmative Action

Last month, the Trump administration prohibited Texas Tech Medical School from using affirmative action. Once again, our society faces the issue of race-based admissions. The block on affirmative action stemmed from a 2004 complaint against the practice from The Center for Equal Opportunity. An investigation followed in 2005 from the Department of Education. Investigators  then…


South Carolina falls in top 10 most dangerous states for online dating

According to a new study by SafeWise and highspeedinternet.com published on Jan. 24, South Carolina ranks as the 6th most dangerous state in the country for online dating. The study determined which states were safest and most dangerous for online daters based on the FBI’s crime rates by state and the CDC’s reports of STD…


CofC Student Teaching Fellows: SC’s future teachers right here on campus

Teachers, teachers, everywhere! Every Wednesday night, you might have noticed a slew of professionally-dressed students (mostly girls, with a few lucky boys) crowding in and around the School of Education, Health and Human Performance on Wentworth Street. These nearly one-hundred students are the fabulous College of Charleston Teaching Fellows and are part of a fairly…


Education 101: The 2012 Election and Higher Education

With Nov. 6 creeping steadily closer, the 2012 presidential campaign is ramping up as incumbent President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney finalize their efforts to win the American people’s vote. Undecided voters face a myriad of issues on which the candidates seem unable to agree. From national healthcare to foreign policy, the…

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