Community must drive changes in Providence schools

Karla Vigil As Rhode Island education commissioner Angélica Infante-Green seeks approval for state intervention in Providence’s public schools, it is imperative that change in the district is driven by those whom the system has failed – young people, parents, educators and community members. Top-down reform is not enough to change a…

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