The Charleston Regional Business Journal’s next Power Breakfast will focus on tri-county education and TCCC’s recently released Regional Education Report: Chapter 4. The Power Breakfast will be held from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 3, at the North Charleston Marriott at 4770 Goer Drive in North Charleston. Tickets are on sale now for […]
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Our High School Graduation Network’s Guiding Team, which is a subset of members from the Network who are designated to lead the Network’s work, met last week on the Boeing South Carolina campus. The Guiding Team meets bi-monthly and includes key stakeholders, content experts, process facilitators and members of the TCCC backbone staff. During the […]
Impediments to education attainment in this region intersect with health issues all across the pre-natal to workforce continuum. For TCCC’s Networks, Consortia and Guiding Teams, health issues are an integral part of the work. One of the most prominent physical health issues the impede proficiency and readiness in K-12 is asthma. The American Lung Association […]
The TCCC Board of Directors, chaired by InterTech Group CEO Anita Zucker, voted unanimously last week to approve this Op/Ed submission to The Post and Courier. “We believe every school in our region should have an excellent principal leading high-quality teachers who are setting high expectations for every child — no exceptions. We will work with […]
The Institute for Child Success is partnering with the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts to host Creativity Connects Charleston: Early STEM Learning Through the Arts. This free, one-day symposium will focus on early childhood arts integration and STEM. It will be from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on May 7 at The Gibbes Museum of Art, at […]
Special thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Charleston for inviting our CEO, John Read, to speak during their April 19 lunch meeting! Kiwanis is an international organization that is dedicated to improving the world one child, one community at a time.
TCCC’s Kindergarten Readiness Network, which is convened by Trident United Way, is expected take a key vote on May 23. Last year, the network voted to proceed into a due-diligence period with Family Connects, an evidence-based program that’s intended to serve all families with newborns in the region. Through Family Connects, nurses visit newborns and their families at […]
TCCC’s High School Graduation Network is working on the following topics: College and Career Readiness Disconnected Youth FAFSA Completion Students with Special Needs The College and Career Readiness project team met earlier this month to discuss next steps, and it has become evident that the work is pivoting toward a set of outcomes and attributes that align with […]
A ready supply of well-prepared principals as instructional leaders in every school is an essential component of an educator talent development strategy. In the 2016-2017 school year, about a quarter of tri-county schools had principals who had been at their school for two years or less. There is, at present, no discernible pipeline that assures excellent […]
TCCC has hired LaTisha Vaughn-Brandon as Director of Networks and Community Engagement. Vaughn-Brandon will take responsibility for TCCC’s Kindergarten Readiness Network and will lead TCCC’s efforts to expand and deepen connections with community groups across the education continuum. She will work with a board-level committee and grassroots community groups to engage parents, students, caregivers, teachers […]