Innovative programs

Committed partnerships

Successful students

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Innovative programs

Committed partnerships

Successful students

Get Involved

Innovative programs

Committed partnerships

Successful students

Get Involved

Providing a consistent, unwavering partnership with our communities in support of public education

While operating independently, RCPEP will work closely with the schools and key community stakeholders to identify, develop and support impactful, Innovative Programs.

RCPEP recognizes that many challenges and solutions are specific to a particular school or community. We are flexible enough to account for these differences and to respond accordingly by funding quality programs that enhance the educational experience.

With a unified voice and Committed Partnerships, RCPEP and its partners will identify common needs and challenges across Richland County and champion solutions that will improve our schools and positively impact the lives of our students.

RCPEP will also provide parents with information so that they are empowered to effectively advocate for children in our public schools.

RCPEP knows that our students are our future. We want the best for every student in Richland County, and we are committed to the idea that becoming a Successful Student is a reality for every student.

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News & Events

RCPEP and PEPGC File Supreme Court Brief Opposing SAFE Grants

September 22, 2020

Public Education Partners Greenville County (PEPGC) and Richland County Public Education Partners (RCPEP) jointly filed an amici curiae brief in Adams v. McMaster. The case, currently before the…

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Secretary DeVos is trying to redirect CARES Act money to private schools

May 22, 2020

South Carolina will receive approximately $216 million dollars for K-12 schools as part of the CARES Act. Congress intended that this money be distributed using…

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Vote Public Education South Carolina Campaign on June 9th

May 15, 2020

This election (and every election), public education is on the ballot. From your local school board to the State House to the White House, candidates…

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