PROVIDENCE — New users were being appointed by Gov. Dan McKee to the Board of Education and learning, the Council on Postsecondary Instruction, and the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education and learning.
David A Caprio, a attorney and former condition agent, was produced chair of the Council on Postsecondary Instruction.
Caprio will fill Timothy DelGiudice’s seat on the Rhode Island Board of Training and the Council on Postsecondary Schooling.
Caprio’s appointment to the Board of Schooling gained Senate tips and consent on Might 24.
Marcy Reyes has been appointed to the Council on Postsecondary Training. She is an adjunct professor of finance at Rhode Island College or university, and founder and executive director of the Economical Literacy Youth Initiative, which brings money literacy programming to underserved youth.
Her name has been submitted to the Senate for information and consent.
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McKee has appointed Mary Barden to the Board of Education and learning. She replaces Marianne Monte, who not too long ago resigned from the board.
He designs to appoint Barden to the Council on Elementary and Secondary Training, replacing Larry Purtill, who will shift to the Council on Postsecondary Education and learning.
Barden was named incoming executive director of the National Education and learning Affiliation Rhode Island in March. She teaches social scientific tests at Davisville Center School in North Kingstown.
Her name has been submitted to the Senate for assistance and consent.
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Members of the K-12 council and the publish-secondary council also serve on the Board of Instruction, which is the umbrella business.
Linda Borg handles instruction for The Journal.
This article at first appeared on The Providence Journal: RI Gov. Dan McKee tends to make new appointments to Board of Instruction