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The 2014 Rhode Island high school graduation rate improved by a percentage point, to 81 percent, the R.I. Department of Education reported Thursday. more
Rhode Island has earned a “B-” on a new report card on teacher pension policy from the National Council on Teacher Quality. more
Rhode Island has implemented tools to help at-risk students and also has created a statewide model for teacher evaluations, just two of numerous accomplishments achieved in compliance with the $75-million Race to the Top grant awarded in 2010. more
Rhode Island ranked 39th in terms of financial literacy, the lowest among the New England states, according to the latest survey by WalletHub, which rated the states and the District of Columbia on financial-education programs and consumer habits. more
Cranston Public Schools, CVS Health and Hope Valley Industries are finalists for the 2015 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. more
A $263,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will help a school district, charter school and nonprofit organization support teacher development to raise expectations for students. more
Led by the Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity, a coalition of school reform advocates has launched “Bright Today Educational Choice,” a campaign espousing school choice in Rhode Island. more
A statewide survey on public education garnered 10,150 responses, with the majority of Rhode Islanders indicating that the most important purposes of public education are preparing every student for future economic success, and ensuring they have basic academic skills. more
Georgia Fortunato, Lincoln public schools superintendent, is the Rhode Island Superintendent of the Year. more
Daniel P. McConaghy has been named chairman of the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education, and William Foulkes has been named chairman of the Council on Post-Secondary Education. more
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