Saturday, July 2, 2022

TOPICS

Home Tags National Education Association of Rhode Island

Tag: National Education Association of Rhode Island

LAWRENCE E. PURTILL will retire as president of the National Education Association of Rhode Island on Dec. 30. / COURTESY NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF RHODE ISLAND

NEA R.I. President Purtill to retire in December

CRANSTON – A longtime leader within Rhode Island’s largest labor union will call it a career at the end of the year. The National Education...
ROBERT A. WALSH will retire Aug. 1 as executive director of the National Education Association of Rhode Island after being with the labor union for close to 30 years. / COURTESY ROBERT A. WALSH

NEA R.I. Executive Director Walsh to retire in August

CRANSTON – The executive director of Rhode Island’s largest labor union will call it a career just before next school year starts. Robert A. Walsh,...

Is priority vaccine list overcrowded?

Educators and child care employees are poised to become a COVID-19 vaccination priority for Rhode Island, which raises a question for everyone else in...
PROVIDENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT announced Tuesday that it will move all schools to remote learning from Dec. 21 through Dec. 23.

Providence school district to go remote learning for 3 days before...

PROVIDENCE – The public schools district for the city on Tuesday announced that it will move all instruction online from Dec. 21 through Dec....
THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION of Rhode Island's executive committee voted unanimously Monday to ask Gov. Gina M. Raimondo to close all school buildings and move learning to online starting Dec. 11 through Jan. 4, 2021.

NEARI asks Raimondo to move all learning to remote through Jan....

CRANSTON – The National Education Association of Rhode Island announced Tuesday that its executive committee voted unanimously on Monday to call on Gov. Gina...
THE BRISTOL-WARREN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION'S request for a temporary restraining order against the Bristol-Warren Regional School District was denied Friday by a R.I. Superior Court judge.

Judge denies Bristol-Warren teachers union’s plea to not reopen schools in...

PROVIDENCE – A R.I. Superior Court judge denied Friday the Bristol-Warren School Association’s request to prevent the Bristol-Warren Regional School District from reopening for...
Patrick Crowley / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With: Patrick Crowley, National Education Association of Rhode Island...

1. Before COVID-19, what was the most pressing labor issue for teachers? It was the state takeover of Providence public schools and what that...

Neighborhood Health Plan of R.I. donates 400 gifts to schoolchildren

PROVIDENCE – Staffers from Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island purchased and helped distribute more than 400 gifts for underserved Providence schoolchildren during the...

Stay up to date with PBN's Morning Call & Daily Edition newsletters.

- Featured Event -

Latest News

SPRING SALE

CLOSE

50% off for one day only

Hurry, this offer ends in:

00
Months
00
Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes
00
Seconds

Sign-up to get the

PBN Daily Edition

A collection of all the published news of the last 24 hours, as well as selected features from PBN’s weekly print edition.

By submitting the form you agree to PBN's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Exit Intent

PBN is becoming a habit.
You've exceeded our free article limit for the month. Keep reading this article with a subscription to PBN.

Keep reading this subscriber-only article

with a subscription to PBN.

ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER? LOG IN

Register to keep reading or subscribe today to get unlimited access now.

ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER? LOG IN

ANNUAL SALE

CLOSE

70% off for one day only

Hurry, this offer ends in:

00
Months
00
Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes
00
Seconds

Register to read all articles free - This week only!

CLOSE

One week only, get full access to all articles on PBN.com when you create a complimentary account.

One week only, get full access to all articles on PBN.com when you create a complimentary account.

 

Register today >>