A new report is showing that the Rhode Island school system is failing to meet the needs of the state’s growing Latino population
As a matter of practice, Providence Schools would not comment on the specifics of an individual's resignation letter. We
According to the PBS report, sixth, seventh and eighth graders spend two mornings a week in the field with an instructor
Class sizes, teachers have reported, are rising as school districts feel the sting of these cuts. Compounding those trends
In response to questions about the policy, Central Falls’ Superintendent Frances Gallo wrote in an email, “It is well documented
Monday's decision places Rhode Island among 13 states that have enacted laws that address in-state eligibility for undocumented
"If these children had knives in their hands, she would've been dead a long time ago," one mother says in the piece as she
We've witnessed several years of this administration generally unconcerned about rising class sizes and teacher layoffs. The truth is that for the past two years, their priorities have pointed in an entirely different direction.
"Smart" and "cool" needn't be kept apart, and many smart kids who want to be artists and artistic kids who want a rigorous academic program have been frustrated by the need to make a choice.
You might be of the view that social media sites have revolutionized the way that people learn from each other. But if you are, you probably aren't serving in the legislature of Rhode Island.
Bobb won the confidence of much of the community early on by uncovering and eliminating fraud and waste. But when he turned
This year was not the first in which Monica Iñiguez, a 4th grade teacher at Noble Avenue Elementary, in Los Angeles, received
NEA President Dennis Van Roekel and AFT President Randi Weingarten are not the only union leaders who are bending over backwards to help reform education.