R.I. Promise laying groundwork for a better-educated workforce

State lawmakers were wise to put a sunset provision in legislation creating the Rhode Island Promise program, which allows qualifying students the chance to earn an associate degree from the Community College of Rhode Island tuition-free. But what was untested locally before its launch in 2017 now has three years’ worth of data. And the…
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