PEP Talks Economic Mobility

February, 2018 – Issue #6 PEP Talk: A Brown-Bag Series – Come build your knowledge about economic mobility in Greenville on February 28th at the United Way of Greenville. The Greenville Network for Southern Economic Mobility will be presenting at our noon luncheon. To register for the event, sign up here. Additionally, I visit many SIC and PTA groups […]

POY Luncheon Honoring Duke Energy, Keynote Dr. Paul Reville

Greenville, S.C. – Public Education Partners (PEP), Greenville County’s only nonprofit focused solely on improving K-12 public education, is pleased to announce that their annual Partner of the Year Luncheon will take place at noon on November 20, 2017 at the TD Convention Center. In two ways, this luncheon reflects PEP’s mission to collaborate with community […]

PEP Talks Graduation Rates

Public Education Partners launched its PEP Talks series at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate in early June 2017. The second luncheon of the series, entitled, “Graduation Rates: What’s Behind the Numbers?” was held on August 31 at the United Way of Greenville. PEP Talks is designed to be an informative, brown-bag luncheon, exposing individuals from the Greenville community to salient topics […]

PEP Wins 2017 WWSC Award

As you might know, PEP’s Make Summer Count won the 2017 Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence, presented by The Riley Institute at Furman and SC Future Minds. This is a tremendous honor and a testament to the impact of PEP’s focus on the development and utilization of public-private partnerships to tackle systemic challenges to student achievement, […]