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State of the school address planned for Wednesday

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Wednesday, Dr. Nancy McGinley will deliver a "State of the Schools" address.

"Our purpose at CCSD is to ensure that every school provides a world-class education that prepares all our students regardless of background or circumstance, for success in college, career and life. Our parents and community partners are the most important stakeholders in the public school system," a spokesman said.

Dr. McGinley will address several topics including what CCSD plans to accomplish next year and over the next five years in public schools. Plus, she will address the progress and areas of growth within the district.

WHAT: 2013 State of the School's Address

WHERE: College of Charleston, 301 Meeting Street, TD Arena, Hospitality Suite, Charleston, SC, 29401.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 11:45 a.m.

WHO: Superintendent Nancy J. McGinley, local elected officials and community and business partners.

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