A profile of The Grace School, one of the lowest costing private schools in RI.
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Attend an information session to learn about this college readiness program.
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The FY19 RI state budget provides money and services that will help many children.
The Empowerment Factory and MobileQuest offer 5 low-cost technology classes for grades K-8.
A special one-day engineering program for girls, families, and educators is coming to Providence on April 21, 2018. Kidoinfo is proud to be a sponsor.
By Susan Gale
You’ve probably heard the term “digital divide,” which identifies the gulf between those who have easy access to computers and Internet and those who do not. Five million U.S. families with school-aged children do not have Internet access at home, but 70 percent of teachers assign homework that requires web access, creating a “homework gap.” But what does the digital divide actually mean for real Rhode Island students?