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Carrie Bridges Feliz has been elected to the City Year Providence board of directors. She is director of the Community Health Institute at Lifespan, and previously served as director of strategic partnerships for the Providence Public School … more
Melissa A. Long has been elected to the City Year Providence board of directors. She has more than 20 years of legal experience, currently serving as deputy secretary of state/director of administration at the Office of Secretary of State Nellie M. … more
ROBERT P. FOLEY was recently honored with the Frederick C. Williamson Professional Leadership Award by Preserve Rhode Island and the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission during the 2016 Rhody Awards. The award recognizes … more
Many working professionals are expected to understand legal standards and concepts, but lack a formal legal education. After identifying this as a need, Roger Williams University School of Law created a master's degree program that allows … more
WORCESTER – The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees approved a 5.8 percent tuition increase that would raise tuition by an average of $756 this year for in-state undergraduate students to help close an $85 million shortfall. The … more
Kristine Frech has been named executive director of Teach for America Rhode Island. She most recently served as vice president of Skyward in Kentucky. She holds a B.A. in sociology and a master's degree in educational administration from Xavier … more
A report published by the Institute for Research on Higher Education at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education ranked Rhode Island as the 48th least affordable state to attend college, the university announced Wednesday. more
Alexandra R. McMullen was named director of middle school at St. Andrew's School-Rhode Island. McMullen holds a bachelor's degree in American studies from Wheaton College and a master's degree in education from Harvard University. more
It is not often Rhode Island finds itself on the front lines of a First Amendment issue. But this is one of those times. The story begins with accusations of sexual misconduct by a teacher in Warwick. The school committee commissioned a … more
The Highlander Institute spent two years researching an idea for an education-innovation cluster that would develop links between Rhode Island educators, nonprofits, education-technology companies and university researchers. "It was … more
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