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GOV. GINA M RAIMONDO and the R.I. Department of Education announced a new program that would offer high school juniors from low-income families to financial incentives prepare for the college application process. /PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

New RIDE program pays low-income high school juniors to prepare for...

PROVIDENCE – High school juniors may now be eligible for up to $2,000 in short- and long-term payments to help afford college preparation tasks,...

RWU’s Donnell wins $15K ESL grant

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Education awarded a $15,000 grant to Kelly Donnell, a professor at the Roger Williams University School of Continuing...
THE RFP process for AmeriCorps grant fund applications will be overseen by ServeRI, which was recently added to the portfolio of the R.I. Department of Education.

RIDE issues RFP for AmeriCorps grant funding

PROVIDENCE - The R.I. Department of Education has issued a request for proposals for organizations seeking AmeriCorps grant funding.Grants will be awarded on a...

Five Questions With: Charlene Tuttle

In a surprise announcement hosted by the R.I. Department of Education in May, Charlene Tuttle was named the 2019 Rhode Island Teacher of the...

RIDE adds Serve Rhode Island to portfolio, awards $1.8M in AmeriCorps...

PROVIDENCE - The distribution of AmeriCorps grants will now be the responsibility of the R.I. Department of Education, per a Tuesday RIDE announcement, after...
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION awarded $6.9 million in grants to adult education programs in the state.

RIDE awards $6.9M for adult education programs

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Education has awarded $6.9 million in grants to support 21 adult education programs in Rhode Island, the department...

$250M school construction bond to appear on November ballot

PROVIDENCE – Last week’s approval by the General Assembly and the governor of the fiscal year 2019 state budget moved a huge project to...

Five Questions With: Kathy Vespia

Kathy Vespia, who has a passion for community-led innovation and design-thinking, serves as executive director of Charette High School. She has created community-living options...
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Education announced $1.2 million in career and technical education innovation and equity grants to eight schools over two years to help expand access for historically underserved students.

RIDE announces $1.2M in CTE Innovation and Equity grants

PROVIDENCE - The R.I. Department of Education announced $1.2 million in career and technical education, or CTE, equity grants to be used by new...
JAMESTOWN SIXTH-GRADE TEACHER Charlene Tuttle celebrates being named the 2019 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year Wednesday at a surprise announement at the Lawn School. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Tuttle named 2019 R.I. Teacher of the Year

JAMESTOWN – Charlene Tuttle was named the 2019 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year at a surprise announcement at the Lawn School in Jamestown,...
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