Promoting the academic success of children in and of poverty in South Carolina and across the nation.

Next Event

February 2023
Feb 08
February 08, 2023

Please join us on February 8 for a presentation by Karin Chenoweth to increase awareness of research related to children of poverty and facilitate collaboration among research scholars, school district leaders and practitioners interested in studying children of poverty and best educational practices for high poverty schools.

FREE EVENT!

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February 2023
Feb 08
February 08, 2023

Please join us on February 8 for a presentation by Karin Chenoweth to increase awareness of research related to children of poverty and facilitate collaboration among research scholars, school district leaders and practitioners interested in studying children of poverty and best educational practices for high poverty schools.

FREE EVENT!
Feb 21
February 21, 2023

Please join us on February 21 for the second session of Online Book Study with author Akil Ross. We will be spending THREE total sessions regarding Empowering the Heart: Reviving & Renewing Today's Education.

Free Event
Mar 07
March 07, 2023

Please join us on March 7 for the final session of Online Book Study with author Akil Ross. We will spend this time discussing Empowering the Heart: Reviving & Renewing Today's Education.

The mission of the Center is to increase the achievement of children of poverty by improving the quality of undergraduate teacher preparation, graduate teacher preparation, and the professional development of in-service teachers.

Our goals for promoting the academic success of children in and of poverty in South Carolina and across the nation.

Prepare current and future teachers to educate effectively.

Enhance curriculum, instruction, and assessment in schools.

Serve as the premier resource for educators of children of poverty.

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Newsletters

The Center publishes a monthly newsletter that features items of interest specifically to teachers of children of poverty. Distributed electronically, the newsletter is used to feature best practices and to advertise Center events.