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S.C. high schools need career path options

The Post and Courier

July 27, 2016

Neil Robinson, a Member (partner) of Nexsen Pruet, authored a piece published by The Post and Courier on July 27, 2016.

Robinson, as Chairman of the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee, discusses the need for change in the K-12 system in South Carolina and and what is required for students to graduate properly prepared for college or careers. 

An excerpt:

Ultimately, it is time to re-design the high school experience for South Carolina students. The current system too often leads students down a one-way street with little options for postsecondary education or for a prosperous career. Instead, students need on- and off-ramps that allow them to pursue a career and then return to college for a degree or more training or to enter a college, then a career and then more training down the road. We owe this to our children and to the future prosperity of South Carolina.

Read the full Op-Ed from The Post and Courier.

 


Neil Robinson is a highly regarded real estate attorney who has earned great respect for his professional abilities, comprehensive understanding of the law, and dedication to the community. His extensive practice experience is focused on complex real estate transactions; administrative law; and industrial, commercial, mixed use, planned community, brownfields, and resort real estate development.

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