Administration from Midlands Technical College and the University of South Carolina pose for a picture during a June 6, 2018 press conference announcing a partnership aimed to reduce the cost of education for students studying to become teachers. Pictured from Left to right are: Sandra Hackley, Diane Carr, Ronald Rhames, Joan Gabel, Fenice Boyd and Jon Pedersen.
Administration from Midlands Technical College and the University of South Carolina pose for a picture during a June 6, 2018 press conference announcing a partnership aimed to reduce the cost of education for students studying to become teachers. Pictured from Left to right are: Sandra Hackley, Diane Carr, Ronald Rhames, Joan Gabel, Fenice Boyd and Jon Pedersen. Provided by USC
Administration from Midlands Technical College and the University of South Carolina pose for a picture during a June 6, 2018 press conference announcing a partnership aimed to reduce the cost of education for students studying to become teachers. Pictured from Left to right are: Sandra Hackley, Diane Carr, Ronald Rhames, Joan Gabel, Fenice Boyd and Jon Pedersen. Provided by USC

USC-Midlands Tech partnership could ease teacher shortage, save students $14K

June 12, 2018 05:11 PM