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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,...
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION has announced the findings of its 2018 SurveyWorks report into school culture and climate. / COURTESY RIDE

Professional development, repairs among list of complaints reported by RIDE’s 2018...

PROVIDENCE - Via a round table discussion held Tuesday, the R.I. Department of Education released the results of its 2018 SurveyWorks report querying students,...
CHARETTE HIGH SCHOOL, a new charter school in Providence focused on urban planning and historic preservation, is set to open in September.

Urban planning and historic preservation school launches in Providence

PROVIDENCE – Set to open in September, Charette High School is a new charter school in the city focused on urban planning and historic...
KEVIN PARKER is the director of government innovation for the state of Rhode Island. / COURTESY KEVIN PARKER

Five Questions With: Kevin Parker

A year ago, the R.I. Office of Innovation launched the Government Innovation League, an initiative where representatives from state agencies spend 20 percent of...
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