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RIDE SurveyWorks results mixed regarding education across R.I.

PROVIDENCE – State-elected and education leaders on May 30 released their annual SurveyWorks results, in which the current pulse of education across Rhode Island...

Back to class?

Do you feel Rhode Island’s public education system needs to be overhauled? Yes: 86% Unsure: 14% No: 0% Are you concerned the current state of public education could...

Wavemaker Fellowship program accepting new round of applications

PROVIDENCE – Applications are now being accepted for the state’s Wavemaker Fellowship program, a student loan reimbursement program for graduates in certain fields that...

McKee wants Wavemaker fellowships to address state’s teacher shortage

It’s no secret Rhode Island doesn’t have enough teachers. Which is why Gov. Daniel J. McKee wants to give student loan reimbursement to recent college...
BROADENING EDUCATION: Staff members at the Equity Institute work together in Providence. The institute is an education-based nonprofit that develops programs for teachers, administrators and the community, with a focus on creating diversity, equity, inclusion and anit-racist policies.
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

A pipeline for teachers from communities of color

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Training: Equity Institute The origins of the Equity Institute are rooted in the personal lives and barriers confronted...

Violence against teachers a problem

Ten percent. That’s the portion of K-12 teachers in the United States who say they’ve been physically attacked by a student, a new survey...

Some school districts are building affordable housing to retain teachers

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA HIGH SCHOOL teacher Lisa Raskin moved out of a cramped apartment she was sharing with a roommate and into her...

Burrillville elementary teacher receives $25,000 Milken Award

BURRILLVILLE – Nancie Lawrence, a teacher at the Steere Farm Elementary School in Burrillville, was awarded a $25,000 unrestricted grant as a Milken Educator...
THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION will no longer hold back required second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, practically doubling supply and said that states should immediately start vaccinating other groups lower down the priority scale, including people age 65 and older, and younger people with certain health problems. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE VIA AP

Do you agree with the decision not to include teachers as...

Groups representing teachers and other education professionals were among those lobbying for priority consideration in the next phase of the state's COVID-19 vaccine distribution...
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...
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