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Daniel P. McConaghy has been named chairman of the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education, and William Foulkes has been named chairman of the Council on Post-Secondary Education. more
Bay View Academy’s “St. Mary Academy Robotics Team,” also known as S.M.A.R. T., is heading to the state robotics championship. more
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State recently received a $30,000 Amgen Foundation Grant to develop and implement a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics curriculum into the mentoring agency’s site-based programming. more
A five-girl team from Lincoln School, known as the Rhapsodians, earned third place for their app – “Rhapsocks!” – in the Samsung Mobile App Challenge. more
Elana Rosenberg recently joined United Way of Rhode Island’s Community Investment team as senior project manager, where she will manage the Rhode Island Afterschool Plus Alliance. She also oversees UWRI’s portfolio of learning initiatives outside the classroom, as well as manages UWRI’s public-policy efforts, resource development and quality-improvement activities, among other responsibilities. more
The Center for Dynamic Learning today launched a Career and Exploration Center to help city teens gain hands-on skills in the technical trades, engineering and manufacturing fields. more
A $75 million federal Race to the Top grant has enabled Rhode Island to complete initiatives ranging from refining teacher evaluations to implementing user-friendly data systems, according to a report issued by the education commissioner late Monday. more
People’s Credit Union has named 13 students to its third Youth Advisory Board, a program the institution uses to help “the credit union better understand the needs and perspectives of today’s youth and their finances.” more
Edd Spidell, founder and teacher of the pre-engineering and robotics technology program at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center, has been named the 2015 SkillsUSA Rhode Island career and technical educator of the year. more
New analysis by the Rhode Island Center for Freedom & Prosperity shows that a bill under consideration in Rhode Island that would provide funding for educational scholarship accounts won’t hurt public school districts financially. more
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