Gamecocks sophomore wide receiver Deebo Samuel, who has struggled with hamstring injuries, did not dress out for Saturday’s game against Kentucky. And he’s not the only Gamecocks wide receiver who won’t play Saturday.
Poor rural districts that filed the Abbeville v SC school adequacy lawsuit 23 years ago won a big victory Tuesday when the SC Supreme Court did not wash its hands of the case, but instead said it would continue to monitor the Legislature’s compliance with its landmark 2014 order that the state was unconstitutionally cheating children in those districts of a decent education.
More than 20 years after poor, rural schools sued the state for more support, little has been done to ensure that children in different zip codes have access to the same quality education. As the economy has recovered, legislators have given all K-12 schools more money. But big issues remain unresolved. One example is the Denmark-Olar school district which is home to some of the oldest and inadequate school buildings.
Schools in Denmark-Olar are old and inadequate, a problem in many rural districts
Charlotte police release body- and dash-cam video of Scott shooting
Happy 100th Birthday, Mary Smith!
Traffic backed up for miles on I-26 west after tanker accident near Harbison