The University Of South Carolina Upstate Cuts Women’s And Gender Studies To Teach Constitution


The University of South Carolina Upstate is closing the Center for Women's and Gender Studies on July 1 and will use its funding to teach the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Federalist Papers, Campus Reform reported.
The shutdown of the center will save the public university $45,000 yearly. Additional cuts at the University of South Carolina will total $450,000 from the school's budget of $92 million-a year.
According to Campus Reform, the move puts the school back in compliance with the state's 90-year-old law which requires institution's to teach students a year's worth of courses on the nation's founding documents.
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