The legislative back-and-forth over removing South Carolina State University’s board of trustees continued Wednesday in the House and Senate.
Nationally, people are talking about Greenwood’s debate to remove racial distinctions from the downtown war memorial, thanks to media coverage from the likes of the Los Angeles Times and CBS News. But closer to home, the effort is stuck in idle as two bills await action in State House committees.
The House Education Policy Review and Reform Task Force met on Monday to hear from education reform advocates on what to do for South Carolina.
A bill to remove S.C. State’s board of trustees moved forward on Wednesday when the full Senate Education committee approved it by a 10-1 vote.