Colleton County High School and Scott’s Branch High School are working to change a “Corridor of Shame” into a “Corridor of Innovation.”  Through a U.S. Department of Education Investing in Innovation (i3) grant, each school is vastly improving education in their isolated, economically depressed communities.

See how these small-town schools are re-imagining how students learn so that EVERY student graduates with the skills to succeed in college and the workplace.

 By making learning relevant, students see a purpose for mastering state-required skills and content concepts. Learn more about project-based learning at Cougar New Tech.

By making learning relevant, students see a purpose for mastering state-required skills and content concepts. Learn more about project-based learning at Cougar New Tech.

 It takes multiple skill sets to accomplish most tasks. Listen as these teaching partners describe the benefits to co-teaching.

It takes multiple skill sets to accomplish most tasks. Listen as these teaching partners describe the benefits to co-teaching.

 Detrice Brown knows that the students at Scott’s Branch deserve deeper learning opportunities and that is why she stays. Hear from Detrice on why she stays.

Detrice Brown knows that the students at Scott’s Branch deserve deeper learning opportunities and that is why she stays. Hear from Detrice on why she stays.