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Education
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The University of Rhode Island’s Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies will be launched at a March 22 event on both the South Kingstown and Providence campuses, according to an announcement made by the school on Monday. more
Bryant University on Monday put out a call for applications from working professionals for its suite of graduate-level applied economics programming which will culminate in either a master’s degree or certificate of advanced graduate studies. more
Rhode Island has improved its four-year graduation rate by 15 percentage points in a decade, but many Hispanic and African-American students living in lower-income families are not experiencing the same success as their Asian and white, higher-income counterparts, according to R.I. KIDS COUNT’s new report released Monday. more
The University of Rhode Island ranked 21st among medium-sized schools on the Peace Corps’ 2017 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list, with 15 undergraduate alumni currently serving worldwide. more
In a move to further integrate the arts into its curriculum, Brown University will launch its Brown Arts Initiative beginning with a two-day symposium March 3 and 4 centered on arts and the environment. more
According to the state’s four-year high school graduation rate report, released Monday by the R.I. Department of Education, 2016 was the highest year on record for high schoolers graduating within four years of entering secondary schools. more
In honor of the school’s centennial anniversary, Providence College President Rev. Brian J. Shanley announced a $100,000 gift in support of Catholic education in Providence during a press conference Tuesday at St. Pius V School. more
Rhode Island landed in the top half of a ranking of the “best states” by U.S. News & World Report, coming in 21st, although it is the lowest ranked state in New England. more
A learning program that has been part of The Providence Plan is moving to Roger Williams University. more
House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello took to Twitter on Friday to publicly chastise Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, an unusual step for a politician who rarely tweets. more
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