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PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Health has awarded the state’s Safe Place for Teens to Work Award to the Pawtucket Red Sox. more
Metryx, a social-venture project hoping to change education via use of a mobile assessment platform, says it is making great strides toward making the application available in a schoolwide format next fall. more
Brown University will use proceeds from the Fund for the Education of the Children of Providence to provide scholarships for Providence public high school graduates accepted to accredited two- or four-year institutions of higher education, the school announced Thursday. more
The Rhode Island Campaign for Achievement Now, an education reform advocacy organization, released its 2013 School and District report cards for each of the state’s 296 public schools and their school districts. more
The University of Rhode Island will play host to lawmakers, researchers and other experts for a workforce development symposium designed to prepare the next generation for a future in cybersecurity. more
Education Commissioner Deborah Gist on Tuesday called for investment and innovation in early learning, technology, and mathematics improvement, in her fourth annual State of Education address to the General Assembly. more
The real national costs of emergency department visits may be as high as 10 percent of national health care expenditures, according to a report released by Brown University’s Dr. Michael H. Lee. more
April is National Financial Literacy month, and RBS Citizens Financial Group marked the occasion by announcing $2 million in 2013 grants to benefit nonprofit financial education programs in communities served by Citizens Bank, RBS Citizens and Charter One. more
Arnold Robinson is director of the Community Partnerships Center at Roger Williams University. Formed just under two years ago, the center serves as a central resource to partner students with community organizations, client organizations and government agencies in real-world, experiential-learning projects that would have a visible impact on partner communities. more
Brown University’s decision to expand its School of Engineering within its College Hill campus was driven in part by analysis of an extensive collection of data involving faculty, staff and students, including an elaborate map that tracked regular travel patterns in order to best determine the location of new buildings. more
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