At this, the 50th anniversary integration at Converse College, we recognize the first African American students. This exhibit is created by students in HST 306/506: African American History, and features…Find out more »
How do I teach my students to be good citizens while ensuring their rights are protected? Do students and teachers leave their rights outside the school building doors? This workshop is designed to help teachers understand school law as it pertains to the rights of students, the rights of teachers, and the legal expectations of today’s public schools.
The Masters Series at Converse is a purposeful gathering of Converse alumnae with the goal of continued professional development. These workshops are hands-on and relevant to the ever-changing classroom landscape. Speakers are always graduates or faculty of Converse College.
Dr. Lee Givins, chair of Converse’s Education Department, teaches courses in school administration and supervision. He holds an EdS and PhD from the University of South Carolina, MA from Furman University, and BA from The Citadel.
Masters Series events are free and open to the public. A certificate for one hour recertification credit will be provided.