Wed Apr 21, 2021

State officials see needs in local schools

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Rep. Carson Smith talks with Columbus County Schools Superintendent Deanne Meadows at East Columbus Jr.-Sr. High School during a Monday visit. Contributed photo by Kelly Jones

When representatives from state government and education agencies toured East Columbus Jr.-Sr. High School Monday, they saw firsthand effects of the teacher shortage. Even though students were in school, some were receiving remote instruction. 

East Columbus math students gathered under the supervision of a media coordinator to learn from

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