Here are facts about students on school boards in South Carolina.

  • In 1972, the South Carolina state department of education reported that they encouraged local school boards to consider roles for students on school boards.
  • Today, the state superintendent of education has a student advisory council made of selected students who are chosen by the superintendent.
  • Several district school boards in South Carolina have student representatives who cannot vote.

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