Clemson University’s Reading Recovery Training Center has won the Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award of Excellence from the Riley Institute at Furman University.
Clemson University President James F. Barker says the value of higher education transcends online learning and classroom instruction and stresses the importance of the on-campus experience to a student’s development.
Clemson University’s Reading Recovery Training Center is participating in an initiative sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Education to send books to children who have been supported by the Reading Recovery program in the last school year.
There’s a saying that if you go looking for problems, you’ll probably find them, but that’s exactly what a group of area principals and superintendents will be doing at their high schools and school districts. It’s part of a novel approach to school improvement being launched by a collaboration of Upstate schools and Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education.