State education commissioner requests authority to take control of Providence schools

PROVIDENCE – Angélica Infante-Green, the new state education commissioner, will request authority Tuesday from the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education to intervene in the Providence public schools, including taking control of its operations. That authority is contained in an existing state law, called the Crowley Act, which allows the R.I. Department of Education to…

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