The future of the Superman building in Providence is one issue the group is expected to discuss in the coming months.
It was 18 years ago that Rhode Island officials launched a major push to woo the New England Patriots to Providence.
Gist has been Rhode Island’s education commissioner since 2009, but grew up in Tulsa.
Rhode Island’s three public colleges have seen the second-largest increase in funding in New England over five years.
The city currently has 442 police officers, but two councilmen want Mayor Elorza to budget for another academy.
The state passed a law to grant waivers to certain students last year, but none were granted.
The city’s two highest-ranking elected officials said they hope to craft a “shared vision” for Providence.
Students aren’t legally required to take the standardized test, but officials say they expect full participation.
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During a chat session, Providence’s new mayor promised major changes in City Hall.
Lusi earns $197,500 and has the potential for 10% performance bonus in her deal.
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New national report gives Rhode Island a C+ when it comes to education.
Council President Luis Aponte said he wants to “send out a strong message that Providence is open to good development.”
The Ward 10 councilman was sworn in as president after he defeated Ward 4 Councilman Nick Narducci 9-6 in a rare floor vote for the position…