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BACK TO SCHOOL: Midlands superintendents talk about early start to semester - ABC Columbia

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Richland County students go back to school on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. Fairfield and Kershaw County schools are playing catch up after COVID caused some learning loss among students. A teacher shortage is something that is not abnormal in districts across the state, including Kershaw.
2 months ago·Columbia, United States

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BACK TO SCHOOL: Midlands superintendents talk about early start to semester - ABC Columbia

WINNSBORO, SC (WOLO) — While Richland school districts have yet to return to class, a few across the Midlands have gone back to school.“We’ve hit the normal things that you hit at the beginning of the year like long car rider lines and bus routes that take a little while to sort out. However, there’s nothing that is abnormal,” said Dr. Harrison Goodwin, Kershaw County School District superintendent.A teacher shortage is something that is not abn…

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