PrepareRI plan gets boost from $2 million grant to help with student skills gap

Rhode Island has received a $2 million grant from JP Morgan Chase to expand career and technical courses to all Rhode Island high schools, provide more real-world internships and deepen partnerships between public schools, colleges and businesses.

Rhode Island was one of ten states to receive the grant, which was also sponsored by Council of Chief School Officers and Advance CTE, an organization that advocates for policies that advance career and tech education.

Click here to read Linda Borg’s entire article from the Providence Journal. 

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