agencies.

examine the role of federal, state &
local agencies governing our schools

OVERVIEW

The federal government has a limited role in policy and funding for public education. Because of the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, most education policy is decided at the state and local levels.
State governments have a large role in public education. With its responsibility outlined in the state constitution, South Carolina state government has a major policy role and is the largest funder of public schools in the state.
Our local school district, Greenville County Schools, has an important role in policy and funding affecting our public schools.

FEDERAL

U.S. CONGRESS

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LAWS

FUNDS

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U.S. DEPT. OF EDUCATION

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ADMIN

ACTIVITIES

STATE

S.C. LEGISLATURE

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LAWS

FUNDS

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S.C. DEPT. OF EDUCATION

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ADMIN

DUTIES

EDUCATION OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

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STATE BOARD
OF EDUCATION

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LOCAL

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POLICIES

FUNDS

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GCS SCHOOL DISTRICT

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LEADERSHIP

RESPONSIBILITIES

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