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Images from content featured in August 2020 on Knowitall.org
This month on Knowitall, we’ll feature the “heart and soul” of Knowitall – our Series and Collections – that facilitate learning all year long! If you haven’t perused these resources recently, you may be surprised at all that you’ll find! We’ll also spotlight some of our new content, added over the summer, as well as some information on standards alignments that we are continuing to add. We are...
SC African American History Calendar: August Honoree - Joe Neal
Rev. Joseph H. Neal was born on August 31, 1950 to the late Mrs. Laverne Kohn Neal and the late Rev. C.R. Neal of Hopkins, S.C. He was the third of four children. His compassion for people at an early age foreshadowed his community activism, call to the ministry, and public service for social justice. Rev. Neal was educated in the public schools of Richland County and graduated from C.A. Johnson...
Images from content featured in July 2020 on Knowitall.org
...Without Leaving the Comfort of Your Favorite Chair! July 2020 on Knowitall.org! Has the summer heat sapped your energy? But it just doesn’t feel like summer unless you head out and explore a few places you’ve never been? Then sit back, relax, and take a plunge into Knowitall ! You can visit places throughout South Carolina—and beyond! Our virtual tours, videos, interactives, and 3D VRs are...
SC African American History Calendar: July Honoree - Roy I. Jones
Dr. Roy I. Jones is a lifelong educator who has served in South Carolina institutions for nearly 40 years. Jones is the Executive Director of the Call Me MiSTER program and Provost Distinguished Professor in Clemson University’s College of Education. MiSTER works to increase the number of teachers from diverse backgrounds, particularly among the nation’s lowest performing schools. The program is...
How to Talk Hoinestly with Kids about Racism & More
How to Talk Honestly With Children About Racism In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and in the midst of protests around the country, we’re again left wondering what we should say to our children about racism in America. What is too much? What is not enough? What if they’re too young and we scare them? What if we’re scared, too? “Children are never too young to be exposed to diversity...
SCETV Statement on Race and Curriculum Resources
SCETV is committed to access, equity, and meeting the needs of 21 st century learners. We are currently working to review all of our educational resources with the hopes of removing and/or updating any that could be viewed as insensitive or as omitting critical historical contexts. As we embark upon these review efforts, we will address concerns as they are shared with us from valued members of...

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