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EAST PROVIDENCE — To those keeping a close eye on the subject in city, the huge sums included in the just-released Rhode Island Department of Education structural assessment of the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School soccer teams each recorded victories to open the week. The EPHS boys’ soccer team earned a 3-1 win over Chariho earlier this week to level its … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Reigning Division III champion East Providence cruised to a 6-1 victory over visiting Shea in a girls’ high school tennis match played Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 13, in … more
BRISTOL — The East Providence High School cross country teams opened up their respective Metropolitan Division regular season dual meet schedules earlier this week against Mt. Hope over a 3.1-mile … more
Although local students as a whole achieved small gains in their assessment scores compared to last year, the results were still far lower than what members of the School Committee wanted to … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — On an afternoon marked by a solemn remembrance of 9/11, the East Providence High School girls’ soccer team, the reigning Division III champions, thoroughly outclassed neighbor … more
Barrington school officials are promising support for students and teachers at Primrose Hill School following outcry about large class sizes at the local elementary school.  At its meeting on … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local public school students made slight improvements on their scores in the latest — and final — round of PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness … more
LITTLE COMPTON — The new school year at Wilbur & McMahon School began on Wednesday, August 30, with an enrollment of 240 K-8 students, and with 10 pre-K students, for a total population of 250. more
What is the ideal number of students for a third grade classroom? Some experts say it's 18, while others say it's fewer. Chapel Road resident Kristen Pearse said that she would happily settle for … more
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