Business community debates best way to help Providence schools

LIFE SKILLS: Stephen Cronin, a sales executive with Signature Printing in East Providence, volunteers at Hope High School in Providence, teaching students interpersonal and research skills desired by employers. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
LIFE SKILLS: Stephen Cronin, a sales executive with Signature Printing in East Providence, volunteers at Hope High School in Providence, teaching students interpersonal and research skills desired by employers. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
The Providence schools need an infusion of energy and expertise. Business owners and leaders are being asked to commit staff and financial resources to that effort, which at least initially will involve physical improvements to the schools. Angélica Infante-Green, the state’s new education commissioner, said in a recent interview that she’s asked businesses to participate…

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