Updated June 25 at 11:26am
Secondary Education
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Twenty-six elementary, middle and high schools participated in the recent Computer Science Week, where, through the “Hour of Code,” students learned computer coding. more
In honor of Computer Science Education Week, instructors from local companies and the nonprofit IntraCity Geeks are teaching Hour of Code classes to 1,500 students at city schools. more
Cox Communications is doubling the download speed of its discounted Internet service available to low-income families with school-age children through its Connect2Compete program in an attempt to decrease the digital divide. more
The only all-girls team to compete in the FIRST Lego League Qualifier Tournament has made it to the next level. more
School district and community partners from the Providence Children and Youth Cabinet attended a daylong summit at the White House on Oct. 21 on how to surmount barriers for first-generation students seeking financial aid. more
Ken Wagner, the state education commissioner, has been named to the National Assessment Governing Board, overseeing The Nation’s Report Card. more
Rhode Island’s Board of Education has approved a five-year strategic plan intended to better prepare students across the public education system and make the state more competitive. more
A report from the National Council on Teacher Equality regarding how states are evaluating teachers says Rhode Island should develop compensation structures that recognize teachers for their effectiveness. more
The president and CEO of YWCA Rhode Island talks about the new Fantastic Girltastic Code Company App Challenge and other initiatives underway to get girls interested in careers in STEM – science, technology, engineering and math. more
(Updated 2:43 p.m.) Mayor Jorge O. Elorza published a report Wednesday afternoon announcing the achievements, goals and future plans of the Career and Technical Education Task Force launched in October. more
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