Q&A: RI Education Commissioner on school calendar, standardized testing

School Updates

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) ─ In a sit-down interview with 12 News reporter Kim Kalunian, Rhode Island Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green provides an update on how the school year is going and discusses whether all schools will transition to in-person learning by Oct. 13.

Here are some other topics addressed by Infante-Green:

  • Has the state seen COVID-19 transmission inside schools?
  • Will Providence and Central Falls continue with their hybrid learning model next month?
  • Will Narragansett dial back in-person learning after hitting the state’s case threshold?
  • Are parents flip-flopping between in-person and distance learning?
  • Will standardized testing happen this year?
  • Will there be any changes made to the school calendar this year?

Watch the full interview with Infante-Green below:

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