For Alison Schriro, the College of Education has ‘been there every step’ of her teaching career

By Anna Francis, annafrancis@sc.edu The CarolinaTIP completer is encouraged by continued investment through the Coaching Academy Alison Schriro enjoyed her time at the University of South Carolina,…

CarolinaCAP: A Model for Alternative Certification that Works

By Dr. Remona Jenkins, Director of Teacher Quality & Staff Development, Kershaw County School District Allyson, a kindergarten instructional assistant, first heard about CarolinaCAP through a…

It’s Never Too Late: Walk in Your Purpose with CarolinaCAP’s Support

By Tina M. Ramos-McBride Have you ever felt like you’re running a race a mile behind everyone at every turn, but then you blink and become a contender? You can see the cheering fans, the trophies…

CarolinaCAP – Quarterly Report / Year Four : Q3

The CarolinaCAP alternative teacher certification pathway provides a high-quality teaching experience to its candidates as well as superior and regularly enhanced supports to its district partners,…

Power:Ed funding expands CarolinaTIP programming to Pee Dee

The Carolina Teacher Induction Program (CarolinaTIP) has earned a $300,000 grant from Power:Ed, the philanthropy of the SC Student Loan Corporation, to expand programming to South Carolina’s Pee Dee…

CarolinaTIP completer receives college’s 2024 Outstanding New Teacher Award

CarolinaTIP Educator Adam Rafferty was presented with the University of South Carolina College of Education’s 2024 Outstanding New Teacher Award at its annual Champions of Education Gala in late…

CarolinaCAP: Coaching Gets to the Art and Heart of Teaching

By Benita Hughes Could individualized coaching and support possibly be the missing piece needed for teacher retention? The Carolina Collaborative for Alternative Preparation (CarolinaCAP) candidates…

CarolinaCAP – Quarterly Report / Year Four : Q2

In the second quarter of our fourth year of existence, CarolinaCAP continued to strengthen its impact in the state of South Carolina through pivotal growth in classroom placements and candidate…

CarolinaCAP: Experienced Educators Plant Seeds of Hope

By Dr. Ernestine Young Have you ever planted a seed that blossomed into a beautiful flower? I have. My two years as a CarolinaCAP Coach have been a rewarding and fruitful experience. The journey…

Unshadowing the power of language(s): Building the confidence of multilingual learners (Part 2)

Part one of this story can be found at https://carolinacred.org/unshadowing-the-power-of-languages-building-the-confidence-of-multilingual-learners/.   by Lydia Carnesale Miedo Beautiful shells…