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Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont were in the top 10 of WalletHub’s "Best and Worst School Systems" list. Rhode Island was No. 31.
Jay Rosenfield, president of Clerkbase — a paperless meeting agenda and minutes solution company — is running for the Ward 6 School Committee seat.
"Earlier today, I filed my declaration for School Committee, City-Wide. Thanks to my family for their support and love!" Kelleher said in a Facebook post on Monday afternoon.
The youngest person ever elected to the Cranston School Committee in 2004, Andrea Iannazzi, announced Monday that she won't seek another term after 10 years on the board.
“The membership is angry that the Cranston School Committee has used the threat of privatization as a bargaining ploy," the union president said.
The statement follows Friday's filing by the union of a claim of unfair labor practices with the state labor relation's board on behalf of teacher's assistants.
The first 25 participants in a family learning program at Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island celebrated their joint accomplishments in the classroom, home and community in a grad
Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Roberts honored Rhode Island’s exemplary high school seniors on May 19, 2014 in the State Room of the Rhode Island State House as part of the Lieutenant Governor’s Lea
Council passes resolution calling for a ballot question asking voters to approve 10-year term limits for School Committee members.
She's also the valedictorian for the class of 2014 at Bay View Academy.
Three high school students in Cranston were recognized for showing leadership and making positive differences in their schools and communities on Monday at a State House ceremony.
More than 3,000 undergraduates received their degrees at the University of Rhode Island's 128th commencement ceremony on Sunday. Here are some sights and sounds.
In his commencement address, President Ray Di Pasquale told the graduating class to be proud that they are now a part of more than 62,000 CCRI alumni and encouraged them to share the importa
Both were recipients of the 2014 Secretary of State's Civic Leadership Award.
A letter from the Cranston High School West senior class president.
No more free pass for seniors in Cranston.
In a vote, NEARI delegates voted to take a stand against NECAP testing and issues relating to the Common Core curriculum.
School officials presented plans to the City Council's Finance Committee last night.
The legislation would fully fund all-day kindergarten for the 13 school districts in Rhode Island without full-day K beginning in the fall of 2015.