Breakfast Speaker Spotlight: Molly Spearman, State Superintendent of Education
The first breakfast of the New Year on Tuesday, January 9 at 7:30 a.m. at RADIUS Church, sponsored by Floor Boys, will feature SC Superintendent of Education
Molly Spearman. With a background that boasts a variety of experiences from the public school system as a teacher and assistant principal to four terms
as a member of the SC House of Representatives, Superintendent Spearman will have an insightful keynote to start the New Year.
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About Superintendent Spearman
Molly Mitchell Spearman was elected as the 18th South Carolina State Superintendent of Education on November 4, 2014. Native to Saluda County, Mrs. Spearman’s
childhood laid the foundations of family, faith, and hard work that transcended into her professional career as an educator and civil servant.
Superintendent Spearman’s career has spanned 18 years as a public school music teacher and an assistant principal. In addition to teaching and administration,
she has served four terms as a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, six years as Deputy Superintendent of the South Carolina Department
of Education, and ten years as the Executive Director of the South Carolina Association of School Administrators. She holds a B.A. Degree in music
education from Lander University, a Master’s Degree in education supervision from George Washington University, and an Education Specialist degree
from the University of South Carolina.
As the South Carolina Superintendent of Education, Mrs. Spearman has the experience and relationships needed to move South Carolina’s education system
forward. Superintendent Spearman strongly believes the foundation for student success lies in effective classroom teachers and principals who facilitate
personalized learning for every student, every day. Her vision is for every South Carolina graduate to be prepared for the next step after graduation.
Superintendent Spearman is excited to keep a positive and forward-thinking approach to South Carolina education to promote better schools and brighter