PEP Welcomes Spring Policy & Advocacy Intern

Public Education Partners is pleased to welcome Zade Mutwalli to the team as our Spring 2020 Policy & Advocacy Intern. Zade is a senior Politics and International Affairs major and Middle Eastern and Islamic studies minor at Furman University, and will be a valuable asset to our team this legislative session. Learn more about Zade […]

PEP Seeks Strategic Communications Director

Come join our team of public education champions! Public Education Partners, with a mission to lead our community to act collectively to support, strengthen, and advance public education and student achievement in Greenville County Schools, is hiring a dynamic communications leader to elevate and amplify our messaging. To learn more and apply, please click below. […]

PEP Welcomes New Board Members

Public Education Partners (PEP), Greenville County’s only nonprofit focused solely on improving K-12 public education, recently welcomed five new members to its Board of Directors. They are: Faith Adedokun, Business Analyst for Sitel Corporation; Helen Dowbak, Assurance Senior Manager at Elliott Davis, LLC; Neil Grayson, Partner at Nelson Mullins; Sharda Jackson Smith, Assistant Professor of […]

PEP and Coalition Partners Oppose Private School Vouchers

On January 14th, Public Education Partners (PEP), along with Spartanburg Academic Movement (SAM) and South Carolina Future Minds (SCFM), submitted joint written testimony to the Senate S.556 Subcommittee regarding a proposed private school voucher bill known as the Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Account Act.  Voucher programs like Education Scholarship Accounts (ESA) reallocate taxpayer dollars for […]