In The News
December 1, 2022
Providence schools hosting job fair Thursday night
Providence Public Schools are getting an early start on hiring for next school year with a hiring fair Thursday night. Attendees will hear from district leaders and have the opportunity to meet with school leaders, administrators, and representatives from across the district.
October 21, 2022
How Providence educators are hitting the streets to help get kids back in school
A dozen educators from the city’s public schools marched down the street in front of the Providence Place mall, wearing matching hoodies with the words “Providence Schools” and carrying red book bags full of leaflets about career and tech education.
October 13, 2022
Lost in Translation: Educator knows from experience challenges of multilingual learners
Depending on the time of day, you can find Mount Pleasant High School Assistant Principal Vilai Or in his office working. He's an educator, family man, and a Cambodian refugee. "How I get here, our country was in the middle of the civil war. When the war broke out, my family, the rest of our family kind of break up," Or said.
September 12, 2022
A partnership in education helps fulfill a vision for aspiring teachers and their students.
Ligia Dos Reis never imagined that someone with her life story — an immigrant from Cape Verde who never attended high school — would one day be teaching children with special needs.
September 12, 2022
On the Job: Providence schools hiring various positions
The Providence Public School District serves approximately 22,000 across 37 schools and is committed to ensuring their internal and external interactions reflect and express the core values of their district plan: students first, equity and access, transparency and results.
July 19, 2022
JWU partners with Providence schools to increase educator pipeline
Johnson & Wales University and the Providence Public School District announced a new partnership to offer individuals associated with the district discounted tuition for master’s and doctoral-level education degree programs. JWU said the new program hopes to increase the pipeline of educators in the city.