Field Memos


7-18-14 Field Memo
  1. RIDE posts new Student Learning Objective resources
  2. Educator Quality Team
7-11-14 Field Memo
  1. Governor allows educator evaluations bill to become law
  2. LEAs reminded that housing-aid forms are due on Tuesday (July 15)
  3. LEAs asked to complete survey about class of 2014
6-27-14 Field Memo
  1. General Assembly wraps up 2014 session
  2. Statement released on assessments and graduation requirements
  3. Summer Learning Tour kicks off with visit to zoo
6-20-14 Field Memo
  1. 2,073 high-school seniors improved significantly in mathematics, earned diplomas
  2. Fiscal Year 2015 budget maintains support for education
  3. General Assembly considering bills on teacher evaluations, graduation requirements
6-6-14 Field Memo
  1. RIDE to release school classifications on Monday
  2. Ponaganset High science teacher named 2015 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year
  3. Education Board issues commendations to seniors who earned proficient with distinction in mathematics, reading
5-9-14 Field Memo
  1. U.S. Department of Education Team in Rhode Island for Race to the Top on-site review
  2. Discussions to move forward on improving process for earning a diploma
  3. ESEA Flexibility Request renewal application posted
5-2-14 Field Memo
  1. Westerly High student honored for “remarkable gains in reading”
  2. Coventry student is Rhode Island finalist in Google 4 Doodle competition
4-18-14 Field Memo
  1. LEAs can opt for cyclical evaluation model
  2. LEAs receive 2014 NECAP retest results
  3. RIDE schedules webinars on ESEA Flexibility Request
3-28-14 Field Memo
  1. RIDE provides monthly update on Diploma System and Class of 2014
  2. Bioscience report from Rhode Island Tech Collective calls for STEM investments
  3. RIDE developing options for cyclical educator evaluations
3-21-14 Field Memo
  1. U.S. Department of Education releases progress reports on Race to the Top
  2. Five schools chosen to represent Rhode Island at regional conference
  3. Senator Reed receives adult-literacy award