A simpler way to advance

ALL IN THE DETAILS: New England Institute of Technology students, from left, Ray Angell, Shaun Mactavious, Courtney Beauchamp and Mikayla Guarino, learn how to process a crime scene as part of the school's criminal justice degree program. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ALL IN THE DETAILS: New England Institute of Technology students, from left, Ray Angell, Shaun Mactavious, Courtney Beauchamp and Mikayla Guarino, learn how to process a crime scene as part of the school's criminal justice degree program. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
EDUCATION Many full-time employees find it tricky to pursue their education while also balancing the demands of work, family and other obligations. The New England Institute of Technology aims to make it easier for Rhode Island's public-safety professionals. New England Tech launched the Criminal Justice for Working Professionals program in 2015 with the goal of…

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