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A new report is showing that the Rhode Island school system is failing to meet the needs of the state’s growing Latino population
The Providence teacher's scathing departure is not unlike another: A September post by former Boston teacher Adam Kirk Edgerton
"Parents obviously, justifiably complained," Frank Lombardi of the Cranston School Committee told WPRI. "If I had my druthers
Watch Reinventing Summer School to stop kids' Learning Loss on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour. “I think we have to get better
Schools, HIV testing, childcare and unemployment programs are all "under threat" as across-the-board cuts, known as sequestration
We do not just train students for particular jobs; we prepare them for a lifetime of change and adaptation and provide them with the most important skill of all: the skill to learn new skills.
She claims that the frequently absent graduates met state requirements and made up missed classroom time on weekends and
In a divisive education policy conversation which pits one set of schools and politicians against another, educators must lead the charge to learn from other schools. We must stand on the shoulders of those who work alongside us.
The STEM fields do indeed contribute to our technology-based economy, but whether they do so for good or ill depends upon how we grow these new educational shoots and to what end.
Few educators would argue against the importance of using media and technology in the classroom. Yet, we have made very little progress in implementing any media literacy curriculum on a national, or even statewide, level.
For many undocumented high school students across the country, receiving financial aid or reduced tuition for higher education
Monday's decision places Rhode Island among 13 states that have enacted laws that address in-state eligibility for undocumented
As students are heading back to school for the start of a new year of learning, for many, the focus is beyond the scope of
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.
The difference between the non- and for-profit art colleges may not be the quality of the education, but the nature of the
Similar plans are in the works for the next school year, she said. A budget proposal released by the superintendent last
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.