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District name School count
Barrington 6 schools
Bristol Warren 6 schools
Burrillville 5 schools
Central Falls 6 schools
Chariho 7 schools
Coventry 7 schools
Cranston 23 schools
Cumberland 9 schools
East Greenwich 6 schools
East Providence 11 schools
Exeter-West Greenwich 5 schools
Foster 1 school
Foster-Glocester 2 schools
Glocester 2 schools
Jamestown 2 schools
Johnston 8 schools
Lincoln 6 schools
Little Compton 1 school
Middletown 5 schools
Narragansett 3 schools
Newport 3 schools
New Shoreham 1 school
North Kingstown 8 schools
North Providence 9 schools
North Smithfield 4 schools
Pawtucket 16 schools
Portsmouth 4 schools
Providence 39 schools
Scituate 5 schools
Smithfield 6 schools
South Kingstown 8 schools
Tiverton 5 schools
Warwick 23 schools
Westerly 6 schools
West Warwick 6 schools
Woonsocket 9 schools

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Commissioner "Every decision we make will be based on what is in the best interest of our students."

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Data Organization

Wheel See how the Basic Education Program has influenced how data is grouped in InfoWorks.

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InfoWorks combines key data from different sources – achievement results, demographics, opinion data, and more – to provide a holistic view of public education in Rhode Island.

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Suspension Rates 2013-14 March 2015
Suspension rates are the number of incidents of suspensions per 100 students enrolled. Tables also include an unduplicated count of the number of students who were suspended one or more times, the total number of days students spent in suspension, and a summary of disciplinary responses.
Suspension Infractions 2013-14 March 2015
Data that includes both Consequences and Infractions related to Student Suspension.
Four-Year Graduation Rate 2013-14 February 2015
The percentage of students that enrolled in the 9th grade and graduated from high school four years later.

Coming Soon

  • Student Characteristics 2014-15
  • DRA 2013-14