State Department of Education Historical Documents

This collection contains publications by the South Carolina State Department of Education written before 1960 on a variety of topics such as statistics about schools and a survey of school buildings.

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    A plan for the State Board of Education with respect to a program of studies for the high schools of South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 2016-11-16) South Carolina State Board of Education
    This book discusses which subjects should be taught in high schools in South Carolina in 1938,
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    Course of study for use in the public schools of South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 2016-11-16) South Carolina State Board of Education
    This book outlines the courses students should take in South Carolina in 1901. It includes subjects from the first through ninth grade.
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    Standards for accredited high schools of South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 1952) South Carolina. State Department of Education. Division of Instruction
    The purposes of this bulletin are: ( 1) to serve as a ready reference on the laws, rules and regulations governing the organization and administration of high schools accredited by the State Board of Education; and ( 2) to point up, within the scope of these laws, rules and regulations, ways and means of improving secondary education in South Carolina. Standards as prescribed are considered the minimum to be maintained by those high schools enjoying recognition by the State Board of Education as worthy of "accredited" status.
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    Standards for accredited high schools of South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 1949) South Carolina. State Department of Education. Division of Instruction
    The purposes of this bulletin are: ( 1) to serve as a ready reference on the laws, rules and regulations governing the organization and administration of high schools accredited by the State Board of Education; and ( 2) to point up, within the scope of these laws, rules and regulations, ways and means of improving secondary education in South Carolina. Standards as prescribed are considered the minimum to be maintained by those high schools enjoying recognition by the State Board of Education as worthy of "accredited" status.
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    South Carolina's educational revolution : a report of progress in South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 1955) South Carolina State Educational Finance Commission
    This brochure describes efforts of Governor Jame Byrnes to improve the schools and educational opportunities for South Carolina citizens. It highlights African American schools, busing, school segregation and teacher salaries.