#Teach864 Night 2018 Press Release

PEP’s Inaugural #Teach864 Night Celebrates Teachers Greenville, S.C. – Public Education Partners (PEP) has partnered with Greenville County Schools (GCS) and the Greenville Drive to celebrate the first annual #Teach864 Night at Fluor Field on Tuesday, April 17. Everyone is invited to participate and congratulate teachers for their efforts in molding the future leaders of tomorrow, […]

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Reflections from the Field: Teach864

#Teach864 – A Campaign to Elevate and Celebrate the Teaching Profession South Carolina, and more specifically Greenville County Schools, has committed to the Profile of the South Carolina Graduate so every high school graduate will be prepared for success in college, career, and citizenship. This goal mirrors the mission of Public Education Partners: to collaborate […]

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Make Summer Count 2017 Press Release

Public Education Partners and Scholastic Reveal Positive Findings from Second Year of Research on Summer Reading Supports for Greenville County K–5 Students Greenville, S.C. – For the second consecutive year, Public Education Partners (PEP), Greenville County’s only nonprofit focused solely on improving K–12 public education, collaborated with Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education, and media company, […]

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PEP Welcomes Six New Members to its Board

Greenville, S.C. – February 28, 2018 – Public Education Partners (PEP), Greenville County’s only nonprofit focused solely on improving K-12 public education, recently welcomed six new members to its Board of Directors. They are: Santora Bowling, Sr. Community Relations Manager, Michelin North America, Inc.; Ana Parra, Senior Account Executive, Hughes Agency; Angie Gossett, Regional Marketing Director, […]

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PEP Talks and Advocacy 2.0

As PEP Talks expands its offerings in 2018, we plan to host several evening, knowledge-building events so other community members can attend who are unable to at lunch. We plan to host our next PEP Talks in late April, June, August, and plan to set those topics and dates soon. Keep up-to-date on future PEP […]

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Williams and Hairston New Roles, Responsibilities

Williams and Hairston Assume New Roles at PEP, New Responsibilities in the Community Greenville, S.C. – February 28, 2018 – Public Education Partners (PEP), Greenville County’s only nonprofit focused solely on improving K-12 public education, is proud to recognize two employees that are making big strides both within our organization and the community: Angel Williams and Steve […]

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PEP Talks Economic Mobility

February, 2018 – Issue #6 PEP Talk: A Brown-Bag Series – Come build your knowledge about economic mobility in Greenville on February 28th at the United Way of Greenville. The Greenville Network for Southern Economic Mobility will be presenting at our noon luncheon. To register for the event, sign up here. Additionally, I visit many SIC and PTA groups […]

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Reflections from the Field: 2017 a Time of Evolution

If you’ve met with me or one of the PEP team over the course of 2017, you’ve probably heard us refer to 2017 as a time of evolution at Public Education Partners, one that saw transitions, new and enhanced endeavors, and an energized commitment to our mission. Indeed, 2017 was a busy year at PEP, […]

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POY Luncheon Honoring Duke Energy, Keynote Dr. Paul Reville

Greenville, S.C. – Public Education Partners (PEP), Greenville County’s only nonprofit focused solely on improving K-12 public education, is pleased to announce that their annual Partner of the Year Luncheon will take place at noon on November 20, 2017 at the TD Convention Center. In two ways, this luncheon reflects PEP’s mission to collaborate with community […]

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PEP Talks Graduation Rates

Public Education Partners launched its PEP Talks series at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate in early June 2017. The second luncheon of the series, entitled, “Graduation Rates: What’s Behind the Numbers?” was held on August 31 at the United Way of Greenville. PEP Talks is designed to be an informative, brown-bag luncheon, exposing individuals from the Greenville community to salient topics […]

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