SAM Receives National Support to Accelerate Work

Media Release 4.2.2017

Local Leaders Tapped to Impact Early Grade Reading Achievement

Spartanburg, SC — The Spartanburg Academic Movement (SAM) is one of five national partnerships selected this year to receive coaching and funding to accelerate its county-wide academic achievement goals through an Accelerator Fund Award. The award will speed the rate at which SAM’s efforts positively impact educational outcomes for children in Spartanburg County. SAM is part of the seventy member national StriveTogether learning network that provides support for implementing effective change across the cradle-to-career educational continuum. Read More

SAM's Accelerator Team, digging deeply into factors influencing early grades reading success with professionals from across the nation in Charlotte, NC. Team Members include:  Dr. John Stockwell (SAM,) Dr. Glen Carson (SAM,) Argyll Brewton (D7,) Marquice Clark (D7,) Heather Witt (United Way of the Piedmont) 

SAM's Accelerator Team, digging deeply into factors influencing early grades reading success with professionals from across the nation in Charlotte, NC. Team Members include:  Dr. John Stockwell (SAM,) Dr. Glen Carson (SAM,) Argyll Brewton (D7,) Marquice Clark (D7,) Heather Witt (United Way of the Piedmont)