Center Partners

The Center’s success is due in part to the efforts of Partner Districts, school districts that support the Center in the actualization of its mission through contributions to Center activities and events. Partner District administrators and faculty collaborate with the Center to identify strategies and practices to best prepare teachers and school leaders to effectively teach children of poverty.

Each year, more school districts team with the Center as “Partner Districts” resulting in a growing, geographically diverse network of education professionals committed to empowering children of poverty to succeed in school. 

To become a Partner District, download the Partnership Application and submit. For more information, please contact the Center of Excellence.

Partner Agreement Form

2016-2017 Partner Districts

  • Berkeley
  • Charleston
  • Clarendon Two
  • Colleton
  • Darlington
  • Dillon Three
  • Dillon Four
  • Florence One
  • Florence Three
  • Florence Four
  • Georgetown
  • Lexington One
  • Lexington Two
  • Marion
  • Marlboro
  • Richland One
  • Richland Two
  • Spartanburg Six
  • Williamsburg

2015-2016 Partner Districts

  • Berkeley
  • Charleston
  • Clarendon Two
  • Colleton
  • Darlington
  • Dillon Three
  • Dillon Four
  • Florence One
  • Florence Three
  • Florence Four
  • Georgetown
  • Lexington One
  • Lexington Two
  • Marion
  • Marlboro
  • Richland One
  • Richland Two
  • Spartanburg Six
  • Williamsburg

2014-2015 Partner Districts:

  • Berkeley
  • Charleston
  • Clarendon 1
  • Clarendon 2
  • Colleton
  • Darlington
  • Dillon 3
  • Dillon 4
  • Florence 1
  • Florence 3
  • Georgetown
  • Lexington 2
  • Marion
  • Marlboro
  • Newberry
  • Richland 1
  • Richland 2
  • Spartanburg 6

2012-2013 Partner Districts:

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Dillon Three
  • Dillon Four
  • Florence One
  • Florence Three
  • Georgetown
  • Lee
  • Lexington Two
  • Marion County
  • Marlboro County
  • Richland One
  • Richland Two
  • Williamsburg

2011-2012 Partner Districts:

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Dillon Three
  • Dillon Four
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Florence Three
  • Georgetown
  • Lee
  • Marion One, Two, & Seven
  • Marlboro
  • Richland Two
  • Williamsburg

2010-2011 Partner Districts

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Dillon Two
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Florence Three
  • Florence Four
  • Lee
  • Marion One
  • Marion Two
  • Marion Seven
  • Richland Two
  • Williamsburg

2009-2010 Partner Districts

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Clarendon Three
  • Dillon 2
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Florence Three
  • Lee
  • Marion One
  • Marion Seven
  • Williamsburg

2008-2009 Partner Districts

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Clarendon Three
  • Darlington
  • Dillon Two
  • Dillon Three
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Florence Three
  • Lee
  • Marion One
  • Marion Seven
  • Williamsburg

2007-2008 Partner Districts

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Clarendon Three
  • Darlington
  • Dillon Two
  • Dillon Three
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Florence Three
  • Marion One
  • Marion Two
  • Marion Seven
  • Williamsburg

2006-2007 Partner Districts

  • Clarendon One
  • Clarendon Two
  • Darlington
  • Dillon Two
  • Dillon Three
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Marion One
  • Marion Two
  • Marion Seven

2005-2006 Partner Districts

  • Darlington
  • Dillon Two
  • Florence One
  • Florence Two
  • Marion One
  • Marion Two
  • Marion Seven

2004-2005 Partner Districts

  • Darlington
  • Dillon Two
  • Marion One

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