Better student health can help reduce education shortcomings

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Better student health can help reduce education shortcomings

Congratulations to our CCMS member, Janice D. Key and the medical director for DHEC, Katherine J. Richardson’s piece in  Post & Courier. It’s such a positive story about CCMS’s efforts, and suggest an important, enduring role for our organization.

Post & Courier article clip: 

BY JANICE D. KEY and KATHERINE RICHARDSON

Kudos to Todd Garrett, a Charleston County School Board member who in his March 6 commentary addressed the fact that too many of our students are falling behind. Despite investing a tremendous amount of money and energy in different academic programs, not enough of our students are achieving grade level results in math and reading. These students will not qualify for the good jobs that companies, such as Boeing, are bringing to Charleston County.

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2017-04-13T18:07:07+00:00 General, School Health|
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