R.I. postsecondary education commissioner issues report on boosting attainment

WARWICK – The state commissioner for postsecondary education released a report Thursday that could lay the groundwork for a plan to get at least 70% of Rhode Island's workforce to hold a college degree or credential by 2025. Commissioner Brenda Dann-Messier also announced that her office had received nearly $900,000 in grants to implement the…

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