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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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From the Commissioner

Commissioner "My standard for success is simple: Is it helping teachers teach and is it helping children learn?"

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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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PARCC English Language Arts/Literacy, Math 2014-15 November 2015
PARCC assessments test whether our students are on track to be successful in college and careers after graduation, following the Common Core State Standards. PARCC data are used by the state to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
NECAP Science 2014-15 November 2015
NECAP data is used by the state primarily to assess school improvement to meet the accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law.
SAT Math, Reading, Writing 2014-15 November 2015
The Scholastic Assessment Test, a college admission test that is not part of Rhode Island's assessment program, but which most colleges require as part of the application process.
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2014-15 November 2015
NAEP is often called "the gold standard" of educational testing in the United States. Exams are administered every two years in math and reading, and on a more occasional basis in writing and other subjects.

Coming Soon

  • Stability/Mobility 2014-15
  • Attendance Rates 2014-15