What Digital Convergence Means for Kershaw County School District, SC

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Kershaw County School District is a twenty-school public school district serving over 10,000 students and 1,200 faculty in Kershaw County, South Carolina. The district, led by Superintendent Dr. Shane Robbins, is one of Modern Teacher’s newest National Network members that has joined the movement to modernize learning at scale and deliver to our students the competencies they need to thrive.

Dr. Robbins recently explained what Digital Convergence means for Kershaw County School District and its students, describing the imperative shift in our instructional practices to “better reflect what students will experience once they graduate from high school.”