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Secondary Education
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Two Rhode Island high school students have been selected as delegates for the 53rd annual U.S. Senate Youth Program. more
Next Generation Learning Challenges, a nonprofit dedicated to encouraging educational innovation through applied technology, will award up to $450,000 to the Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy high school that will launch in Cumberland this fall. more
Four Rhode Island public schools received a total of $80,000 to improve student achievement in science, technology, engineering and math through the Verizon Innovate Learning Grants program. more
The Council on Elementary and Secondary Education last week selected 26 Rhode Islanders to serve on the Ambassador Design Team, which will write the next five-year strategic plan for elementary and secondary education in the state. more
Rhode Island students improved their SAT scores on both mathematics and reading, and while scores are below the national averages, state officials said they represent improvements and narrow the achievement gap among students of color. more
Bristol County again is the healthiest county in the state and Providence is the least, according to the sixth annual County Health Rankings by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. more
Achievement First will open its second elementary school, Achievement First Iluminar Mayoral Academy, in August, serving students from Providence, North Providence, Cranston and Warwick. more
Data in the statewide report on Rhode Island educator-preparation programs released Thursday show nearly 100 percent of the 2,242 educators who were reviewed passed all tests required for certification. more
Lincoln School has welcomed Suzanne Fogarty as its 16th Head of School. Fogarty worked at Berkeley Carroll’s Upper School in Brooklyn, N.Y., where it was named an NAIS School of the Future in 2012. more
The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council has released a preliminary analysis of the state’s career and technical education system, identifying three areas for the state’s new Career and Technical Board of Trustees to discuss – funding, alignment and employer involvement. more
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