Dr. Camille Cooper featured in PBS documentary, 180 Days: Hartsville

19 Mar 2015 11:14 AM | Anonymous

Announcement from the Yale University Comer School Development Program:

Two Comer schools are the focus of an inspiring new documentary, 180 Days: Hartsville that aired on PBS (check local listings) in March of 2015.  The two-hour special was co-produced by South Carolina ETV and National Black Programming Consortium with funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as part of "American Graduate: Let's Make it Happen," a public media initiative to stem the dropout crisis by supporting community-based solutions.

180 Days: Hartsville is a panel discussion that includes an interview with Dr. Camille Cooper, the Comer School Development Program's Director of Teaching, Learning, and Development, who is leading the implementation of the Comer model in Hartsville.  

Click here to learn more about 180 Days: Hartsville.

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