School districts across the region are taking precautions again to keep students safe in classrooms without air conditioning.
More than 3,000 new students moved to Kingston this weekend for the start of the 2015-2016 academic year.
Central Falls public schools are the first in the state to install an alert system linking teachers and first responders in the event of an …
After efforts to keep the school from opening, the first class has started their education at Woonsocket’s new RISE Prep Mayoral Academy.
Improvements for the 2015-2016 school year in Providence include 75 new school buses, which hit the road on the first day of school Wednesda…
The nearly 11,000 students in the Cranston school system returned to class Wednesday, as some significant renovation work wrapped up at Park…
Our anchors sent in some throwback photos for Back To School week! We posted one each day and let our viewers guess who is who!
The Providence School District was awarded a $3 million grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York to cover the start-up costs for the scho…
One school district is ensuring all 8,200 of its students are offered plenty of fresh produce options, daily.
Seven campus police officers at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston are adding bike helmets to their uniforms.
800 Pawtucket teachers will be learning the “No Bully” system of bullying prevention and interruption
Some families are frustrated that the district has yet to release the schedule with just a few days left before school starts.
The city of East Providence is going green with 35 new school buses, which will roll out on the first day of school.
Staff members and some returning PC students helped more than 1,000 freshmen get situated on “Move in” Day.
Lauren Silveira-Owner/Founder, Organized for Life, shares her tips for back to school organization
James V. McDonald, MD, MPH joined The Rhode Show Thursday to break down what we need to do.
Providence students will head back to the classroom Sept. 2, meaning parents have one more week to get prepared.
Harassment could be happening right in front of you thanks to an increased use of mobile devices such as smartphones.
Parents of Portsmouth 5th graders voiced their concerns Tuesday night, in regards to classroom sizes.
Students in Barrington will be heading back to school Wednesday, and the new school year brings a lot of tech-friendly changes.
We’re looking at how many hours of sleep doctors recommend for kids in different age groups.
The city says it will no longer seek to have charter schools pay $800 per student, per sport, per season.
According to the Transportation Research Board, more than 100 children are killed every year while walking to and from school.
Charter schools will pay $800 per student, per sport, per season for students who play on traditional public school teams.
Experts recommend that parents use a timer and set a designated place for children to do homework everyday.