We Now Have Adults Who Don’t Understand September 11Sep 11, 2019
If you’re between about 30 and 80 years of age, the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centers, the Pentagon and the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania are the seminal world history moment in your life.
The Initiative to Reboot the Commute in the Charleston AreaSep 10, 2019
In the Charleston area, 40% of commuters now spend more than an hour of their day on the roads traveling to and from work. The Reboot the Commute initiative implements strategies that boost alternatives.
Saving Money on TextbooksAug 14, 2019
In 38 years, textbook prices skyrocketed three times the rate of inflation. For years, students were a captive audience for booksellers. The College Board estimates that the average student will spend more than $1,200 on textbooks this years.
The Tech Boom in Charleston Requires Educational ResponseJul 30, 2019
At the turn of the 21st century, 17 tech firms dotted the Charleston business community. Now, there are two tech centers and hundreds of startups within the Charleston Digital Corridor.
LGC is Site of New Lowcountry Cohort for Educational Specialist Degree Through The CitadelJul 18, 2019
In Fall 2019, The Citadel will establish a Tri-County cohort of the Specialist in Educational Leadership program. The course can be completed in two years, and it will be offered the Lowcountry Graduate Center in North Charleston.