RIPEC recommends R.I. adopt some Mass. education policies

IN AN ANALYSIS OF Rhode Island and Massachusetts school performance and governance, RIPEC has recommended that policymakers shift Rhode Island education towards the Massachusetts system in regard to state control of curriculum, increase state-level support for districts and schools to implement reforms and to move toward a school-based management model in contrast to the current district-based management model. Above, RIPEC Executive Director, John C. Simmons. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
IN AN ANALYSIS OF Rhode Island and Massachusetts school performance and governance, RIPEC has recommended that policymakers shift Rhode Island education towards the Massachusetts system in regard to state control of curriculum, increase state-level support for districts and schools to implement reforms and to move toward a school-based management model in contrast to the current district-based management model. Above, RIPEC Executive Director, John C. Simmons. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council has issued an updated analysis of Rhode Island education governance in comparison to Massachusetts governance and has recommended changes to shift the Ocean State toward systems implemented by its neighbor related to state policy. The RIPEC report examines the problem in which performance of Rhode Island students…

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