Test scores are up. So are graduation rates. But the gap between white students and those who are minorities, haveRead More
Representative Patrick O'Neill unveiled an economic plan for the formation of a Governor's Office of Economic Policy Coordination (GOEPC) -- in marked contrast to the proposal put forth by leadership in the House last month, with whom O'Neill has clashed on numerous issues.
Today, URI Professor of Business Administration Edward Mazze will unveil his annual state-of-the-state report, "The RhodeRead More
The Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, led by Commissioner Deborah Gist, released it'sRead More
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has issued letters opposing NECAP-linked graduation requirements to RI Senate EducationRead More
Speaking on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) today spoke out toRead More
A report issued by HousingWorks RI today entitled, "The Complete Approach to Funding Affordable Housing" showed that halfRead More
Dr. James Comer is a rock star in my world, with sterling credentials and a great personal story. He started as a doctorRead More
Moderate Party of Rhode Island chairman Ken Block announced today he is running for Governor in 2014.
As the Providence City Council's Ways and Means Committee has been holding hearings on Mayor Taveras' fiscal year 2014Read More