School Committee Interim Reports

The School Committee was created under CR S. 371, of 1951 to study and report on the advisable course to be pursued by the State in respect to its educational facilities.

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    Interim report of the South Carolina School Committee May, 1966
    (1966-05) South Carolina. General Assembly. School Committee
    This report details the committee's scope, approach, and progress in their findings and includes preliminary recommendations to the governor and General Assembly and future activities of the committee concerning public education.
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    Interim report of the South Carolina School Committee March 26, 1964
    (1964-03-26) South Carolina. General Assembly. School Committee
    This report details the committee's scope, approach, and progress in their findings and includes preliminary recommendations to the governor and General Assembly and future activities of the committee concerning public education.
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    Interim report of the South Carolina School Committee January 24, 1963
    (1963-01-24) South Carolina. General Assembly. School Committee
    This report details the committee's scope, approach, and progress in their findings and includes preliminary recommendations to the governor and General Assembly and future activities of the committee concerning public education.
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    Interim report of the South Carolina School Committee March 15, 1962
    (1962-03-15) South Carolina. General Assembly. School Committee
    This report details the committee's scope, approach, and progress in their findings and includes preliminary recommendations to the governor and General Assembly and future activities of the committee concerning public education.
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    Interim report of the South Carolina School Committee March 31, 1959
    (1959-03-31) South Carolina. General Assembly. School Committee
    This report details the committee's scope, approach, and progress in their findings and includes preliminary recommendations to the governor and General Assembly and future activities of the committee concerning public education.