A one-stop guide to Rhode Island’s crumbling classrooms and how to fix them.
Accidental purchases made by kids can add up quickly.
Schools across the country are debating how to handle past-due lunch tabs.
A state consultant’s report on school building conditions will be released next week.
As students settle into a new school year, a debate over laptops is brewing in the Chariho Regional School District.
Dr. Vinh Tran, an optometrist, said eye strain – or asthenopia – can damage a child’s developing eyes.
Many teens access drugs and alcohol within their own home.
School leaders say students are more likely to listen to each other than to adults on some issues.
Cranston Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse joined Eyewitness News This Morning in studio.
Experts say making time for creative play is vital.
An inside look at Lucy’s Hearth in Middletown.
As 24,000 Providence students walked through the doors for the first day of school Tuesday, teachers are beginning the year under a veil of …
For that reason, experts say it’s never too soon to start teaching kids the importance of being organized.
Mayor Scott Avedisian joins Eyewitness News This Morning live in studio.
The kids are back in the classroom – and they want to make a great impression in the new school year. Local Mom Blogger Audrey McClelland of…
Providence is one of many districts across the country investing in social and emotional learning.
A closer look at the Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS).
At the Nowell Leadership Academy, the goal is to make sure young parents don’t give up on their education.
Results of an assessment of the state’s public schools are expected to be released later this month.
A local expert shares some fun ways to teach your kids an important life skill.
Ken Wagner, the state’s education commissioner, discusses PARCC results and the upcoming school year.
46% of Rhode Island parents say they are rarely involved in their child’s school.
A new survey of more than 100 students and parents covers everything from family engagement to school climate.
The mandatory reporting law was changed last year, and since then two educators have been charged for allegedly not reporting sexual abuse.
The time is now to get your student to start moving toward a regular sleep schedule for the new school year.