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10-19-18 Field Memo
  1. High school assessments
  2. Third PrepareRI Summit a success
  3. October 24 deadline for high school juniors and seniors to apply for the U.S. Senate Youth Program and scholarship
  4. Next Wednesday, October 24, deadline for LEAs to nominate high-school seniors for Presidential Scholar award
10-12-18 Field Memo
  1. C-SPAN 50 Capitals Tour
  2. Celebrate Dyslexia Awareness Month this October 2018!
  3. Council endorses Rhode Island Professional Learning Standards (RIPLS)
  4. Share your Amazing Stories this school year!
10-5-18 Field Memo
  1. Document created to clarify requirements for reporting abuse in educational programs
  2. High school assessment results available next week
9-21-18 Field Memo
  1. Update on assessments
  2. Transportation dispute
  3. Educators in Action Meeting on October 9
  4. LEAs asked to nominate high-school seniors for Presidential Scholar award by October 24
  5. High school juniors and seniors invited to apply for the U.S. Senate Youth Program and scholarship by October 24
8-31-18 Field Memo
  1. An important announcement on school safety
  2. Additional efforts to make schools safer
  3. RIDE working to launch new Educator Course Network (ECN)
8-10-18 Field Memo
  1. School Residency Determinations memo to superintendents and principals
  2. “Student-Led Conferences Allow Students to Really Take Ownership of Their Learning”
8-3-18 Field Memo
  1. FY19 School Building Authority Capital Fund applications due September 21
  2. RIDE names 22 PrepareRI Ambassadors
  3. Supporting school attendance
  4. ESEA Section 8546 (Prohibition on Aiding and Abetting Sexual Abuse)
  5. Final week to provide feedback on field memo changes
7-13-18 Field Memo
  1. Conversion of education regulations
  2. Dual Enrollment Regulations and funding changes
  3. Feedback requested on field memo changes
6-1-18 Field Memo
  1. Congratulations to Charlene Tuttle, 2019 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year!
  2. Grant funds available for emergency impact aid
  3. 2018 SurveyWorks results released
  4. Regulations for Dual Enrollment approved by Board of Education
  5. Request for Information issued to support School Building Authority
5-18-18 Field Memo
  1. Summer Meals Program
  2. Board of Education endorses Rhode Island K-12 Computer Science Education Standards
  3. Elementary education major delivers speech at RIC commencement
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