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TCOP Scholars 2020-2021 Kickoff

Zoom Webinar SC

Join us for our first Teaching Child of Poverty (TCOP) Scholars meeting of the 2020-2021 school year. TCOP is a professional organization that provides intensive opportunities for pre-service and in-service teachers to engage in activities specifically related to their work with under-resourced learners. Monthly meetings will be held virtually or on campus and include opportunities ... Read more

Virtual Center Partner Meeting

Pee Dee Education Center 520 Francis Marion Road, Florence

More information and a Zoom link coming soon!

P-12 Outreach Project Grant Submission Deadline

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

The Center supports school-based initiatives designed to provide services and support for P-12 teachers of children of poverty as they seek to address identified questions related to curriculum, instruction, and assessment. A competitive application process that includes initial support for proposal development from the Center is used by the Center to identify viable projects for ... Read more

TCOP Scholars Meeting

Pee Dee Education Center 520 Francis Marion Road, Florence

Teaching Child of Poverty (TCOP) Scholars is a professional organization that provides intensive opportunities for pre-service and in-service teachers to engage in activities specifically related to their work with under-resourced learners. Monthly meetings will be held virtually or on campus and include opportunities for professional study, networking, and service.

TCOP Scholars Meeting

Pee Dee Education Center 520 Francis Marion Road, Florence

Teaching Child of Poverty (TCOP) Scholars is a professional organization that provides intensive opportunities for pre-service and in-service teachers to engage in activities specifically related to their work with under-resourced learners. Monthly meetings will be held virtually or on campus and include opportunities for professional study, networking, and service.

TCOP Scholars Meeting

Pee Dee Education Center 520 Francis Marion Road, Florence

Teaching Child of Poverty (TCOP) Scholars is a professional organization that provides intensive opportunities for pre-service and in-service teachers to engage in activities specifically related to their work with under-resourced learners. Monthly meetings will be held virtually or on campus and include opportunities for professional study, networking, and service.

Scholars Meeting

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

Higher Education Collaborative

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

Each year the Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty at Francis Marion invites representatives from its higher education partners and from sister SC Centers of Excellence to convene to engage in discussions around practices and programs that support the needs of teachers across South Carolina. All interested representatives of Colleges or ... Read more

Free

Center of Excellence Research Consortium 2021

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

Offered FREE via Zoom, but registration is required. Featured Researcher Rich Milner Vanderbilt Peabody College Cornelius Vanderbilt Chair of Education & Professor of Education Department of Teaching and Learning Professor of Leadership, Policy and Organizations (Secondary) Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations Professor of Sociology (Secondary) Start Where You Are, But Don't Stay There: Understanding Diversity, Opportunity Gaps, ... Read more

Free

Scholars Meeting

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

School Leaders Collaborative

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

The Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty continues to seek ways to serve educators across the state. School leaders in a recent event indicated a need for engagement with others in similar roles, especially since the pandemic has halted most conferences and other non-essential meetings. In response to that need, you ... Read more

Free

Book Study Series: Turning High Poverty Schools into High Performing Schools

Francis Marion University 4822 E Palmetto St, Florence

Book Study Series: Turning High Poverty Schools into High Performing Schools with Kathleen Budge and William Parrett Learn how to disrupt the adverse effects of poverty and support your students in ways that enable them to succeed in school and in life. In this second edition, the authors show you how your school can close ... Read more