Updated March 29 at 12:29am
Secondary Education
70 results total, viewing 61 - 70
EAST PROVIDENCE – Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee this month received recommendations that aim to clarify support and increase autonomy at all levels within the Rhode Island education system. more
One day in mid-March, Central Falls High School physics teacher Alison Murray asked her ninth graders to write about how the forces at work in building a bridge would make the bridge stronger. more
MOBILE, Ala. – Dayle Embleton of South Kingstown has been named the Distinguished Young Woman of Rhode Island for 2014 and awarded $1,950 in cash scholarships. more
BARRINGTON – St. Andrew’s School has refinanced more than $16 million in bonds with RBS Citizens Financial Group, allowing the school to pursue construction projects while improving cash flow. more
A recent Providence Business News article (“Rewarding students with a jump-start on life,” Jan. 5, 2015) pointed out that local businesses can play an important part in the educational process. more
Several schools are hoping to add rooftop solar projects to their campuses in order to cut back on annual energy costs – and incorporate an educational component at the same time. more
Beacon Charter High School for the Arts will begin offering instruction in grade six starting this fall at its new Founders Academy Middle School. more
Seventeen University of Rhode Island students recently analyzed the Providence harbor to recommend ways to make it more resilient to severe weather and sea-level rise, including building a 2,000-foot-long, 25-foot-tall barrier. more
The E. Richard Durfee Scholarship Fund raised more than $20,000 during its first annual fundraiser. Proceeds from the event will provide scholarships to Narragansett High School students pursuing higher education in math or science fields. more
WOONSOCKET – Mount Saint Charles Academy next fall will expand its current seventh- through 12th-grade structure to begin accepting sixth-grade students. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7