RIPEC President and CEO Op-Ed on K-12 Education

In a Boston Globe Op-Ed, RIPEC President and CEO Michael DiBiase urged “leadership to step up at every level” to fix Rhode Island’s K-12 school system. Offering a set of “achievable solutions to help us move forward”—including reforms to the state’s education funding formula, its education governance structure, and teacher training and supports—DiBiase argued that “Rhode Island students can’t afford to wait.” RIPEC first released a set of policy solutions and priorities in its road map to education reform report.

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