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Russillo named 2020 R.I. Teacher of the Year

JAMESTOWN – Elizabeth Russillo was named 2020 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year in a surprise ceremony at Smithfield High School, where Russillo is...
RIDE ANNOUNCED the allocation of $3 million in federal funding for after-school and summer programs in Rhode Island.

R.I. receives $3.1M in federal grants for after-school and summer programs

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Education announced the allocation of $3.1 million in federal grants Monday for 16 organizations that offer after-school and...
GOV. GINA RAIMONDO has directed the state Department of Education to establish a panel of experts to conduct a review of Providence schools./ PBN FILE PHOTO/ DAVE HANSEN

Raimondo orders ‘comprehensive review’ of Providence schools

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is directing the state Department of Education to conduct a "comprehensive review" of the Providence school system to...
PERCUSSION SKILLS: Meeting Street teacher’s assistant Ruth Espinal, right, practices percussion skills with Cameron Cuddy at the Early Learning Center.
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Meeting Street expanding special-needs school

For more than 70 years, Meeting Street has pushed to be a national leader in development and education of children of all ages and...
BLAST FROM THE PAST: Former Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Deborah A. Gist was greeted as a change agent before she left the position after six years on the job, many of them under fire from entrenched interests in the state’s education ­community.
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The more things change, the more they remain the same

“I have been greatly impressed by energy and passion for reforming and improving education,” said the state Board of Regents chairman. “She is a...
KEN WAGNER is exiting his role as commissioner of elementary and secondary education. speaking with the governor before the vote. PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO

RIDE’s Wagner to step down, Raimondo recommends successor

PROVIDENCE – Ken Wagner, the commissioner of elementary and secondary education, is stepping down in April and will be joining the Annenberg Institute at...
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