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Providence Students Voice Their Hopes For State's New Education Commissioner

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Rhode Island is looking for a new leader for K-12 public schools as controversy grows over standardized testing and charter schools. So what do students...

Rhode Island is looking for a new leader for K-12 public schools as controversy grows over standardized testing and charter schools. So what do students want from the next commissioner of education?

Rhode Island Public Radio education reporter Elisabeth Harrison asked that question of three Providence students: 16-year-old Kendall Hall, 16-year-old Diane Gonzales and 15-year-old Xilian Sansoucy. They are members of the student advocacy groups Young Voices and the Providence Student Union.

Providence Students Voice Their Hopes For State's New Education Commissioner
Providence Students Voice Their Hopes For State's New Education Commissioner