Over the past several months, about 30 individuals have been working to co-create a set of four scenarios about the future of education in Charleston County.
This community effort, called Charleston Shared Future, took into account previous studies, including the Clemson Study on Diversity and Inclusion, The Post and Courier’s “Minimally Adequate” series, The Avery Institute’s Racial Disparity Study, the 1998 Harvard Study on Charleston’s Education System, the recent Charleston County School District (CCSD) strategic plan and other relevant data and experiences.
After several months of work, the four scenarios are ready to be shared.
Community members are invited to the Charleston Shared Future Scenario Team’s initial presentation to the CCSD Board of Trustees from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, January 28 at Burke High School. Click here to reserve your seat.
Additionally, the Charleston Shared Future team will host community conversation sessions for citizens to speak with members of the team. Those sessions will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, January 29 at the following locations:
- Ashley River Creative Arts School – 1841 Wallace School Rd, Charleston
- Stall High School – 3625 Ashley Phosphate Rd, North Charleston
- Wando High School – 1000 Warrior Way, Mt. Pleasant
- St. Johns High School – 1518 Main Road, Johns Island
Space may be limited at each site, so attendees are encouraged to reserve a spot in advance.
For questions or additional information, please visit https://www.ccsdschools.