Calls renewed for business community to help with schools

R.I. EDUCATION COMMISSIONER Angélica Infante-Green wanted the business community to be involved in improving the public schools in Providence three years ago. Now a new public policy report has, in part, renewed those calls but on a statewide basis. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
R.I. EDUCATION COMMISSIONER Angélica Infante-Green wanted the business community to be involved in improving the public schools in Providence three years ago. Now a new public policy report has, in part, renewed those calls but on a statewide basis. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Three years after R.I. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green led the takeover of Providence’s failing schools with a plan that included the involvement of the business community, a new report from a public policy group described public schools statewide as “in crisis” and renewed the call for businesses to get involved. The Rhode Island Public Expenditure…

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