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Hennessey Elementary School teacher wins $25K Milken Educator Award

EAST PROVIDENCE – An Agnes B. Hennessey Elementary School third grade teacher received a pleasant monetary surprise, courtesy of the Milken Family Foundation. Emily Rendine...
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL has received a $1.5 million energy bonus from the R.I. Department of Education. / COURTESY BARRINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Barrington Middle School receives $1.5M state energy bonus

BARRINGTON – The town’s middle school is the recipient of a $1.5 million energy bonus from the R.I. Department of Education as being an...
STATE OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED Thursday that about $30 million in funds for the second round of the state School Building Authority’s Facility Equity Initiative is now available for underserved school districts across Rhode Island to help with school construction and rehabilitation costs

Additional $30M from Facility Equity Initiative available for school construction efforts

CENTRAL FALLS – About $30 million in funds for the second round of the state School Building Authority’s Facility Equity Initiative is now available...
EMMA PENDLETON BRADLEY HOSPITAL has been awarded a five-year, $8.6 million federal grant to help provide mental and behavioral health services in schools across Rhode Island. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Bradley Hospital receives $8.6M federal grant to help provide mental health...

EAST PROVIDENCE – Emma Pendleton Brady Hospital has been awarded a five-year, $8.6 million federal grant to help provide mental and behavioral health services...

Providence Public Schools recognized for sustainable electronics efforts

PROVIDENCE – The Information Technology Department of the Providence Public Schools recently received a 2022 Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool Purchaser Award for its...
R.I. EDUCATION COMMISSIONER Angelica Infante-Green announced Wednesday that the state will take measures to improve civics education being taught in public schools. / PBN PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

R.I. education officials announce measures to improve civics education

PROVIDENCE – In a significant agreement following a federal lawsuit filed four years by a group of local students, state education officials announced Wednesday...
LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS in Rhode Island can each be eligible for up to $500,000 in emergency state funds to make security upgrades to their local school facilities. / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

School districts eligible for up to $500K in emergency state funds...

PROVIDENCE – School districts across Rhode Island will be eligible for substantial emergency state funds in order to make necessary upgrades to improve school...
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Education, along with Gov. Daniel J. McKee and R.I. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green, has launched a $5 million Art Reengages Talent in All Students program to support arts education in local schools.

State launches $5M arts support initiative for local schools

LINCOLN – State elected and education officials announced Thursday a new multimillion-dollar initiative to strengthen arts education in Rhode Island’s public schools. Gov. Daniel J....

RIDE, Providence Public Library partner to distribute Chromebooks to adult learners

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Education, in partnership with the Providence Public Library and the Federal Communication Commission’s Emergency Connectivity Fund, will distribute...
A STUDY FROM the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment released Thursday notes that K-12 students across Rhode Island had their learning disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and it could take between three to five years to recover from the learning loss. / COURTESY THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT

Report: COVID-19 disrupted R.I. students’ learning, could take 3-5 years to...

PROVIDENCE – A study from the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment released Thursday notes that K-12 students across Rhode Island had...
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