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League Director Added to 2017 Power List

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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Clockwise top left – Shanley, Moffitt, Oliviera, and Walsh

Experts say the difference between Rhode Island’s economy and Massachusetts exploding and overheating economy is the difference between the respective education systems and, thus, the quality of our workforce. Continue reading “League Director Added to 2017 Power List”

RI League of Charter Schools Names Oliveira Executive Director (June 9, 2017)

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Friday, June 09, 2017

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Keith Oliveira

The Rhode Island League of Charter Schools has named Keith Oliveira, former president of the Providence School Board, as its new Executive Director.

“Our charter schools provide tremendous learning experiences and opportunities for Rhode Island students and families. I am very excited to take on this opportunity to advance the purpose of charter schools in Rhode Island,” said Oliveira.

Oliveira will take over the position effective June 19.

Oliveira as President of the School Board Continue reading “RI League of Charter Schools Names Oliveira Executive Director (June 9, 2017)”

“Another Chance” – The Hummel Report profiles Nowell Leadership Academy (April 13, 2017)

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National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Statement on White House’s Proposed FY 18 Budget (May 23, 2017)

“The National Alliance supports the Administration’s investment in opening, expanding, and replicating high-quality charter public schools. The $158 million increase for the Charter Schools Program (CSP) contained in the Administration’s FY 2018 budget would provide critical funding to seed new charter public schools and expand choice for families and students seeking alternatives to district schools. Continue reading “National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Statement on White House’s Proposed FY 18 Budget (May 23, 2017)”

State Approves Learning Community to Train Second-Language Teachers (May 4, 2017)

http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20170504/state-approves-learning-community-to-train-second-language-teachers

By Linda Borg
Journal Staff Writer

CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. _ The Learning Community is the first public school in Rhode Island to receive state approval to train elementary teachers in English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction.

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