A recent poll from SC Policy Council finds 60% of voters support school choice legislation. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t questions: Who are the recipients, does this reduce funding for public schools and is it really a good choice?
South Carolina State, the only public historically Black college and university in the state, has requested more than $200 million from the state legislature to replace several outdated buildings for students.
A 4.0 student told Atlanta News First he’s battling to get into colleges after the American College Testing (ACT) officials canceled his scores based on their research. Atlanta News First spoke to Jack Racki and his mom Tabitha Racki about how this is now impacting his future and why they are invalidating his scores.