Raimondo tuition plan a step forward for R.I.’s future

IT'S MORE THAN ELEMENTARY: The effects of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's plan to offer two years of tuition at the state's universities are not known yet, but it is likely that more Rhode Islanders will attend the schools once it is put in place. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
IT'S MORE THAN ELEMENTARY: The effects of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's plan to offer two years of tuition at the state's universities are not known yet, but it is likely that more Rhode Islanders will attend the schools once it is put in place. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
If Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's intent in offering Rhode Islanders two years of tuition-free college was to dramatically change the education landscape in the state, mission accomplished. The leaders of the state's three higher-educational institutions – the University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College and the Community College of Rhode Island – are now trying…
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