Most public school districts in South Carolina may be required to enforce President Joe Biden’s recently announced COVID-19 action plan for vaccinations in the workplace, state education officials said Tuesday.
Faculty members continue to protest the refusal of Georgia’s public university system to mandate masks and vaccines. But leaders of the 26-university system are making clear those policies aren’t going to change.
South Carolina Education Superintendent Molly Spearman said Wednesday that she’s encouraging state lawmakers to reconsider the law that bans South Carolina schools from requiring masks inside their buildings.
While South Carolina leaders have said the state will not enforce a federal face mask requirement on school buses, individual school districts are allowed to do so, according to a memo sent to district superintendents.
During the pandemic, many parents got good at navigating how to teach and help their kids away from the classroom. Now, homeschooling is a trend we’re seeing pick up across the country and here at home.