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Secondary Education
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Rhode Island’s results are in for the PARCC, standardized testing that replaces the NECAP, and show room for improvement, according to Ken Wagner, commissioner of elementary and secondary education. more
Ken Wagner, a deputy commissioner of education in New York state, has been named Rhode Island’s new commissioner of elementary and secondary education. more
Roberto Gonzalez, president of the board and executive director of STEAM Box, talks with Providence Business News about the technology-based youth program and his recent recognition as one of Tech Collective’s Tech 10 award winners. more
The state Department of Education has received a $100,000 grant to create a career-readiness plan for young people, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced this week. more
A $1.1 million U.S. Department of Labor grant has been awarded to YouthBuild Providence to provide at-risk young Rhode Islanders education and job skills. more
Kendra Borden, an English teacher at Samuel Slater Junior High School, has been named Rhode Island’s 2015 Milken Educator Award winner. more
Gurnet Consulting recently won an excellence in project management award from Ocean State Project Management Institute for its involvement with the Wireless Classroom Initiative. more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has released data showing Rhode Island has the greatest percentage of school districts nationwide participating in farm-to-school meal programs. more
The J.M. Wright Technical High School in Stamford, Conn., is the first technical high school in the state to achieve LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, according to a news release. 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
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