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Denise Missry, Asa Messer Elementary School principal, has been named the Rhode Island Association of School Principals’ 2016 Elementary Principal of the Year. more
Roger Williams University on Monday showcased future community-centric opportunities available for students and organizations operating out of its new satellite campus, One Empire Plaza, which is under construction. more
1 Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's proposed budget includes more than $40 million in new funding for pre-K through grade 12. What will this money be used for? Among other investments, her budget provides $1.2 million for high-quality early learning, … more
After Margarita Gonzalez graduated from Paul Cuffee Upper School in Providence in 2014, she enrolled in The University of Rhode Island. It didn't take long, however, for her to realize she was uncertain about what she wanted to do with her life, so she dropped out and decided to take a so-called gap year. more
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NONPROFIT With an art history degree freshly in hand, Amanda McMullen left Syracuse University some years ago looking for work in a museum. That search, which led her to Boston and an administrative … more
Larry Spang is a principal with Arrowstreet Inc., the Boston architectural firm that has designed the new Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy building in Cumberland. more
The School Board on Monday night passed a districtwide policy to support transgender and gender-expansive students. more
(Updated 12:52 p.m. and 1:21 p.m.) New England Institute of Technology and Rhode Island School of Design each were included on a list of the top 30 small colleges nationwide for Introversion, Sensing, Thinking, Perception personality types by Degree Match, a website that helps individuals choose the right degree program. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo on Thursday released a $9.2 billion budget that is broadly directed at bolstering the educational prospects of Rhode Islanders, continuing recent momentum in adding new jobs and creating new assistance for manufacturers. more
Funded by philanthropists Letitia and John Carter, the Rhode Island Foundation’s Sparks Grant program will provide nearly $190,000 in reading and innovation grants to teachers across the state, according to a Jan. 13 announcement. more
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