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Recounting how legacies of discrimination and injustice combined to divide a community along racial lines, this title throws light on the intractability of racial problems in South Carolina. It takes readers into the complex inner workings of a modern school system, detailing the relationships between school boards and professional administrators.
Thomas E. Truitt's career in education has spanned forty-three years and three states. As a teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent, he helped to integrate schools in Burlington, North Carolina, and Danville, Virginia. In South Carolina he served as Florence District One superintendent for eleven years and as executive director of the Pee Dee Education Center, a consortium of nineteen school districts in South Carolina. He lives in Columbia, South Carolina.