Rhode Island Foundation is investing in creating a stronger community

HEAD OF THE CLASS: The Rhode Island Foundation recently launched a college loan repayment program to help the Providence Public School District recruit and retain teachers of color. One participant is Maria Taveras, pictured, who is working on a math lesson with her second grade class at Fortes Lima Elementary School. 
COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
HEAD OF THE CLASS: The Rhode Island Foundation recently launched a college loan repayment program to help the Providence Public School District recruit and retain teachers of color. One participant is Maria Taveras, pictured, who is working on a math lesson with her second grade class at Fortes Lima Elementary School. 
COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Nonprofit: Rhode Island Foundation AT THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION, addressing the underlying causes of inequity and working to eliminate disparities is a core organizational value, and has been an important part of its work for years. The Providence-based nonprofit funder recently began investing approximately $8.5 million over the…

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