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February 19, 2020

EdWeek's Leaders To Learn From Spotlights 12 Innovative District Leaders

The annual issue, now in its eighth year, highlights the work of district leaders who are deploying new ideas to make a difference for their staff and students.

October 25, 2018

South Carolina Principal Selected As 2019 National Principal of the Year

Lucas Clamp has been the principal of River Bluff High School in South Carolina's Lexington School District One since 2011, but he has a long career in education that has emphasized student and teacher empowerment.

October 11, 2018

'It's Just Heartwrenching,' Principal Says of Hurricane Michael's Rampage Through His School

Hurricane Michael took a heavy toll on schools in Florida's Panhandle, including in Panama City's Jinks Middle School, where the storm blasted through the gymnasium.

October 10, 2018

Schools Offer Shelter as Hurricane Michael Lashes Florida, Heads to Georgia and Carolinas

The storm was the strongest to hit the Florida Panhandle in decades, and it's now headed to Georgia and the Carolinas, including areas where schools are still trying to recover from Hurricane Florence which struck nearly a month ago.

October 02, 2018

Lawmakers Approve Bills to Pay Teachers and Waive School Days in Districts Hit by Hurricane Florence

The North Carolina legislature's aid to districts affected by Hurricane Florence came the same day the U.S. Department of Education announced approximately $2 million in grants to aid low-income students in North Carolina and about $800,000 for similar students in South Carolina.

September 13, 2018

As Florence Arrives, Carolina School Officials Anxious But Hope For the Best

Hurricane Florence, which made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, N.C., on Friday morning, has been downgraded to a tropical storm. More than a million students have been impacted by school closures.

September 12, 2018

From South Carolina to Virginia, Schools Batten Down Ahead of Hurricane Florence

Districts serving more than 800,000 students have already closed in anticipation of the Category 4 storm. Florence could be the first Category 4 storm to hit the Carolinas since Hurricane Hugo in 1989.

September 10, 2018

With Hurricane Florence Bearing Down, S.C. Governor Closes Schools in 26 Counties

If Hurricane Florence keeps its current course, the Carolina coast could start receiving tropical storm force winds as early as Wednesday, according to the National Hurricane Center.


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