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The Woodman Community and Performance Center at Moses Brown School is scheduled to be completed, and unveiled through its first activities, in a housewarming Dec. 9. more
Ken Wagner, the state education commissioner, has been named to the National Assessment Governing Board, overseeing The Nation’s Report Card. more
The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame’s 2016 induction class includes 14 state residents who will be honored posthumously this weekend. more
Since 2007, Jennifer Borman, as head of school at School One, has lead the progressive, independent high school on Providence’s East Side, and served students with diverse backgrounds within a vibrant and inclusive community. 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
The Massachusetts Bankers Association Scholarship Foundation awarded five college scholarships to children of bank employees this year, including for two people working at Bristol County banks. more
Three college scholarships and one vocational scholarship, totaling $4,500, for students in local high schools will be funded by the Westerly Community Credit Union for the 2016-17 school year. more
Park View Middle School in Cranston presented Operation Stand Down Rhode Island a $4,000 check in early December after raising the funds during its Annual Park View Middle School Veterans Day 5K. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is proposing $500,000 be set aside as part of her 2017 budget to make college entrance SAT and PSAT testing free for public high school students. more
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