Tag Archive: Education

Bishops’ Fall Dialogue: ‘Changing the Way the Church Views Racism’

The Fellowship of South Carolina Bishops’ annual Fall Dialogue is a chance to discuss the opportunity we have to address the racial inequalities that affect the education of all children in South Carolina – and how churches, working together, can make a potential difference. The gathering will take place from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, …

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LARCUM: Public Education – Strategies that matter!

THE CHURCH SUPPORT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION: STRATEGIES THAT MATTER Mon, October 13, 9:30am – 2:30pm Where: Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church, 120 Marydale Lane, Columbia, SC 29210 (map) Description: FEATURED SPEAKER: Tammy Pawloski, Director, Center for Excellence; Professor, Early Childhood Education, Francis Marion University Click here for the Flyer and to register. SCHEDULE FOR OCTOBER 13: …

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Greenwood District takes MBE a giant step further with new TitleWish campaign

  By Martha Alewine A God-sized vision. A Conference-wide mission. A dream for all South Carolina children and their families. In the spring, Bishop Jonathan Holston asked all South Carolina United Methodists to accept and meet his God-sized vision of stamping out illiteracy in our state. The Million Book Effort was born and focused on …

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2013 LARCUM Bishops’ Dialogue Our Call to Education

2013 LARCUM Bishops’ Dialogue Our Call to Education November 18, 2013 Click here for the brochure Featured Speaker Richard W. Riley Former U.S. Secretary of Education  & Former Governor of South Carolina Dick Riley is the first two- term Governor of South Carolina (1979-87) and the longest-serving U.S. Secretary of Education (1993-2001). As Governor of …

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