The Island Packet - South Carolina is far from the top spot on the totem pole when it comes to the well-being of its children, but its ranking at 39th in the country is the best place it’s ever received.
GoUpstate.com - South Carolina has made strides when it comes to children living in poverty, children with health insurance, teen births and high school graduation rates, according to a report that will be released Tuesday.
The Herald - South Carolina ranks 39th in the nation for child well-being, a slight improvement from last year’s ranking of 41st, according to the latest Kids Count, released Tuesday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
The Post and Courier - South Carolina's car seat regulations were altered for the first time since 1983 when Gov. Henry McMaster signed a new law May 19, but the bill does not change how regulations are enforced.
(University of South Carolina, Columbia) - It was Graduate Director for the General Master of Public Health Mike Byrdand Assistant Research Professor of Social Work Katherine Leith who ultimately recruited Shannon Palm to pursue the Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health dual degree.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WLTX) - South Carolina has a new child safety seat law in place that requires parents and grandparents to keep children in rear-facing child seats until they’re two years old instead of one.