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January 13, 2016 4:00 PM

Editorial: Legislature should follow House education task force’s road map

SC Supreme Court found kids in poorest school districts aren’t getting a decent education, ordered Legislature to provide it

House report calls for better teachers, goals & classes, with state funding and intervention when districts don’t follow through

Legislature must act, this year

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