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With Christmas fast approaching, almost 65 million people who collect Social Security checks will get hit hard in their pocketbooks. On Thursday, Social Security announced that there would be no cost … more
By HERB WEISS With Christmas fast approaching, almost 65 million people who collect Social Security checks will get hit hard in their pocketbooks. On Thursday, Social Security announced that there … more
My time teaching children in post-Katrina Louisiana and watching them grow as the region slowly recovered had a profound effect on me that lasts to this day. As General Treasurer, I am pleased to … more
Editor’s note: This is a condensed version of William Holland’s remarks delivered Tuesday at the School Committee meeting at Toll Gate High School. I would like to thank the school … more
The “zone of proximal development” is the difference between a student’s  developmental level and his or her potential growth after a period of instruction. Every teacher should understand … more
Whenever you read something about how “our infrastructure is falling apart,” you probably picture potholes in the road, rundown sidewalks or rusted out bridges that are in need of repair. But, … more
Editor’s note: Jacob Marrocco, who has worked this summer as assistant sports editor, attended Tuesday’s School Committee meeting. Here’s how he viewed what took place. As I looked around … more
Recently the Warwick City Council passed a No Confidence resolution regarding several school administrators and criticized our School Committee’s decision not to publicly release the independent … more
Welcome to the new school year, which we hope will be one of great opportunity and growth for Warwick schools. I joined Warwick as interim superintendent this summer believing that the district … more
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