- Ten years ago, the S.C. General Assembly passed Act 388, which shifted the burden of paying for public school operations from homeowners to businesses and onto an increased sales tax.
- As the S.C. Legislature prepares to take another hard look at the state’s tax policy, the West Forum will host the “Act 388 Revisited” event.
- A panel representing business, academia and public schools will discuss the Act's impact at 6 p.m. on Nov. 15 in the Richardson Ballroom of the DiGiorgio Campus Center.
Winthrop University, "Nov. 15 Forum to Discuss Consequences of Act 388 on Education" (2016). Winthrop News 2016. 210.