Prepare South Carolina Students with Future-Ready Skills

After 5 years of supporting the instruction of digital literacy in rural school districts throughout South Carolina, the Department of Education, through their Innovation Grant Program, is providing funding for all public school districts to participate in the Palmetto K-8 Digital Literacy Program. is excited to partner with South Carolina educators to bring students instruction in critical digital literacy and computer science skills through our EasyTech curriculum. Participation in the Palmetto K-8 Digital Literacy Program is completely free to all public schools in South Carolina.

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If you have additional questions please visit our FAQ or contact's South Carolina state program manager, Kevin Combs, at 

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We are hosting a series of Webinars through the end of September, where you can get to know your South Carolina team. We will show you how our award winning digital skills curriculum can help your school meet CIPA compliance, save teachers time, and teach students essential digital skills for the future. Check out our FAQs. 

How to Enroll is pleased to welcome you to the Palmetto Digital Literacy Program. To start the process of providing access to's K-8 EasyTech curriculum, please complete our enrollment form below.

If you have additional questions please visit our FAQ or contact's South Carolina state program manager, Kevin Combs, at


South Carolina State Program Enrollment Form 

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I eligible to participate?
All public school districts are encouraged to register to participate. The program is available for the 2022-2023 school year for schools serving students in grades K-8.

What does the training and implementation look like? will notify each participating district to schedule and deliver training. Access to the solution will be made available prior to the start of the 2022-2023 school year. will work to optimize the implementation to the specific instructional objectives and strategy of each participating district.

Is there a cost to participate?
Palmetto has provided a grant to cover all costs associated with participation. This program will measure the effectiveness of delivering digital literacy instruction to K-8 students and report back to Palmetto.

How can I get started?
Any South Carolina public school district interested in participating should register through the form above, or contact Kevin Combs at