Welcome to SC-SIC
The SC School Improvement Council was first established in South Carolina law over four decades ago to provide the member training, technical assistance, statutory accountability, and other resources vital to the continued success of community-based School Improvement Councils in each of the state’s 1,100-plus K-12 public schools.
Accepting applications now!
Engaging Stakeholders - Enlarging Networks - Developing Leaders - Deepening Understanding - Honing Skills - Creating Consensus - Building Capacity
Since 2002, the SC Education Policy Fellowship Program has developed an influential cadre of sophisticated, broad-minded, well-networked leaders representing all stakeholder groups acting to improve South Carolina through impactful education improvement and reform. Connect with these and similar professionals across the U.S. under the umbrella of the 55-year-old Education Policy Fellowship Program of the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) in Washington, DC - become a part of SC-EPFP today!
Carolina Family Engagement Center Launches New Website!
The Carolina Family Engagement Center (CFEC) is a statewide effort funded through a U.S. Department of Education grant to grow and support the engagement of families from underserved populations in their local schools and the educational success of their children. Coordinated through SC-SIC and working closely with the SC Department of Education and other community partners, CFEC is designed to enhance student achievement, foster school improvement, and to build the capacity of all stakeholders to develop effective partnerships through stronger family engagement. Find out more about CFEC and about opportunities for schools, teachers, and teacher teams free assistance to enhance family engagement in the classroom!
Need a training refresher?
SC-SIC Executive Director Tom Hudson conducts three 20-minute online videos telling you what you need to know about:
The Basics of Organizing an SIC
The Basics of Operating an SIC
Basic Local SIC Duties