Updated March 29 at 6:27pm
Secondary Education
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Rhode Island, despite having the ninth-highest per-pupil spending amount nationally, still has room for improvement in its educational outcomes, an analysis from the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council showed this week. more
As the second annual Student of the Year fundraising campaign draws near, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is asking for high school students to apply for the award. more
Thanks to the Sprint 1Million Project, 250 Providence public high school students received free mobile devices and wireless service. more
According to the state’s four-year high school graduation rate report, released Monday by the R.I. Department of Education, 2016 was the highest year on record for high schoolers graduating within four years of entering secondary schools. more
Six career and technical schools will be able to offer training to prepare students for marine industry careers through a partnership with General Dynamics Electric Boat, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo said Thursday. more
Among Rhode Island cities, Cranston and Warwick are the best for raising a family, according to the ”Best Cities for Families” list released this week by ApartmentList.com. 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
Two middle school students each received college scholarships of $10,000 on Friday, thanks to the new PawSox Scholars program created by the Pawtucket Red Sox and the PawSox/Skeffington Charitable Foundation. more
Collette presented a $6,500 grant to The College Crusade of Rhode Island in early March to help support the organization’s college readiness programs for students in Joseph Jenks Junior High School and Samuel Slater Junior High School in Pawtucket. more
With the help of a $670,000 grant from the van Beuren Charitable Foundation, the IRYS School of Technology & Trades announced June 8 it will build a new 20,000-square-foot facility and consolidate both of its Bristol programs to the updated Newport campus. more
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