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  • Overview

    Recent events have led us to reimagine how teaching and learning can effectively occur. Teachers have adapted ways to alter their traditional, face-to-face instructional strategies to work in an online, virtual environment. Berkeley County School District envisions models where students are able to partake in initial learning options to benefit a student’s individual needs. 


    The purpose of Berkeley County School District’s Empowered Learning Pathways is to provide personal pathways that meet the needs of every child. Our students encounter a variety of situations each day that influence their ability to access the curriculum in a traditional setting. We are taking the leap to ensure that each student has the ability to access the curriculum in their own way, every day. 

    Berkeley County School District is committed to providing high-quality instruction and having multiple options for families as we prepare to reopen schools for the 2020-2021 school year. The registration process (required for new and returning students) will open in July.

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    "Regardless of how learning may ultimately be delivered, we will ensure that our students receive high quality instruction to prepare them for life after high school," said BCSD Superintendent Dr. Eddie Ingram.


    • Customizable, standards aligned content
    • Interactive and engaging multimedia content
    • Build and/or reinforce standards mastery
    • Flexible & adaptive delivery of instruction
    • Flexible learning environments

    Additional information about schools repopening for the 2020-2021 year can be found at http://dedicationtoeducation.com/parents-students/.

News / Headlines

  • BCSD to offer students empowered learning pathways

    During Tuesday evening's regular meeting of the Berkeley County Board of Education, Berkeley County School District leaders presented BCSD's initial plans for student empowered learning pathways. The Board was provided information concerning three learning pathways available to students during the 2020-2021 school year. Students will have the option to participate in traditional, blended distance learning or virtual instruction in the coming year.

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