Furman Education professor Paul Thomas rails against South Carolina's Read to Succeed retention policy, which will affect many third graders this year.Read more
May Experience students go behind the scenes to learn the history and business of baseball.
Gift to be used to establish an endowed scholarship for students who are interested in teaching or joining the ministry.
Furman's Paul Thomas and Courtney Tollison opine about the battle over Confederate names and symbols.
During their annual spring meeting on May 20, the trustees also heard that seven new members will join the board on July 1.
Education professor Paul Thomas says Trump’s ascent is how our nation reacts when blacks seek the same avenues as whites to fortune and power.
Math Professors Casey Hawthorne and John Harris took 64 students from three classes to share projects of their own making with children and teenagers in the community.
Nathan Mathai, Emily Matthews and Michael Robinson have received grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program to teach English abroad.
Cindy Landrum of the Journal breaks down what it means to be ranked 50th in the nation for education. Furman Education professor Paul Thomas weighs in.
Education professor Paul Thomas says Charleston County School District's plan to hold teachers accountable for test scores is suspect.