Virtual learning expanding in R.I.

UP TO SPEED: Joe McNamara, left, principal of Pawtucket Alternative Learning Program, works with a student. Also a state representative, McNamara has proposed a statewide policy for online education. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON
UP TO SPEED: Joe McNamara, left, principal of Pawtucket Alternative Learning Program, works with a student. Also a state representative, McNamara has proposed a statewide policy for online education. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON
When it comes to virtual education using the latest technology, Rhode Island has some serious catching up to do when compared to other states. Progress is being made, however, in the form of initiatives now being proposed and/or refined by the R.I. Department of Education and the General Assembly. The education department is advertising for…

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