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Jim Purcell, the commissioner for the R.I. Council on Postsecondary Education, has received an extended contract and an 8.6 percent raise, but the contract was shortened from two years to one. more
When the report, “The State of Working Rhode Island 2015: Workers of Color,” was released late last year, Anna Cano Morales used it to delve deeper and highlight issues facing Latinos in Rhode Island. more
Rhode Island has joined 12 other states in offering teachers access to free, openly-licensed digital materials to supplement traditional textbooks. more
A School Counseling and Support Services Partnership program was launched Thursday at an event at the George J. West Elementary School. more
The four-year high school graduation rate in Rhode Island rose by 2 percentage points to 83 percent for the Class of 2015, according to a news release from Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and the state Department of Education. more
The Council on Postsecondary Education set up an 11-member presidential search committee for Rhode Island College at its meeting Wednesday night. more
Providence is one of the worst state capitals to live in in the country, according to WalletHub’s latest survey. more
Ken Wagner, the state education commissioner, has been named to the National Assessment Governing Board, overseeing The Nation’s Report Card. more
The University of Rhode Island is now offering the Peace Corps Prep Program to its undergraduate students, making it the first college or university in the state to do so. more
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth had the greatest diversity in its faculty in the region in 2013, according to federal data compiled by the Chronicle of Higher Education. more
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