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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).
A new survey of more than 100 students and parents covers everything from family engagement to school climate.
Mayor Elorza also wants to connect the skating rink area with Burnside Park.
The items were taken from a city-owned building on Ernest Street.
Nearly 20,000 students in grades three through 12 reported getting picked on.
But the presidents of both unions says they’re hopeful deals can be reached.
But a police probe into the school department remains active.
The mayor has hired a consultant to begin a year-long planning phase before he funds are borrowed.
Some districts spend less than 1% of their total budget on supplies.
A Target 12 review shows arrests have fallen in all of New England’s largest cities.
A one-stop guide to the latest standardized tests results.
Nicholas Hemond said the intent of the mandatory reporting law is good, but it needs clarity.
Violet LeMar faces a misdemeanor charge for failing to contact DCYF.
None of the employees contacted the R.I. Department of Children, Youth and Families as required by state law.
Former Local 1339 President Jo-Anne Micheletti is accused of stealing from her union.
The city said there was concern the changes “may inadvertently signal a reduced commitment to multilingual studies.”
The city is dropping its foreign language requirement, but some colleges still want students to take those courses.
Eugene Chin claims he was not promoted because he is Chinese-American and had a disability.
Democrat LaFortune will succeed longtime Councilman Kevin Jackson, who was recalled from office in May.
The city is removing its foreign language requirement in favor of more elective courses.
Democrat Nirva LaFortune will take on Republican David Lallier Jr. and independent Chris Reynolds.
With WWE SmackDown returning on Tuesday night, here’s a look at why Providence is an “A” city.
The mayors will discuss policy proposals around the nation’s opioid epidemic, infrastructure investment and tax reform.