Education Lottery South Carolina
* Dollar figures for all charts are in millions and incorporate the period January 7, 2002 - June 30, 2014. Figures received January 9, 2014. Source of appropriations: Office of the State Budget, SC Budget and Control Board at .$2.184 BILLION – Scholarships and grants at 2-year and 4-year colleges and technical institutions. $180 million –SmartState Program™- Creating Research Centers for Economic Excellence at the state's three research universities from FY 2002-03 through FY 2007-08: Clemson University Medical University of South Carolina University of South Carolina $133 million – Technology at public 2-year and 4-year colleges and technical institutions. $131 million - Other Higher Education Programs that include: $44.4 million – Higher Education Excellence Enhancement Program: Appropriations to 4-year institutions where 60 percent or more of the enrolled undergraduates receive Pell Grants. Of the funds appropriated for this program from FY 2003-04 through FY 2012-13, one-half must be allocated equally among the eligible institutions. The remainder of the appropriated funds shall be awarded to eligible institutions based upon merit, through criteria developed by the Commission on Higher Education. The general purpose of the program is to enhance higher education opportunities at the eligible institutions through enhanced facilities and improved academic instruction. $34 million – S.C. State University: The University has dedicated lottery funding to correct deferred maintenance problems on campus. There have been more than 25 expansive projects supported by ELA appropriations including: Dukes Gym wheelchair lift project and roof replacement; campus-wide security cameras and extended campus lighting; and multiple projects on Oliver C. Dawson Bulldog Stadium. $52 million to other Higher Education Programs.
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What are the numbers for South Carolina Educational Lottery?
For Cash 5 the numbers are 14,17,25,26,33. Pick 3 mid-day 2,1, 9 and evening numbers are 2,6,2.Good Luck!!! again!
How were children educated in colonial South Carolina?
They read things over and over again until they memorized it since they didn't have text books.
Mostly boys went to school also.