A situation which is currently in litigation. Other districts made presumptions without checking with the Governor’s office prompting the rumor mill to churn and stress levels to rise when educators and support professionals are already stretched thin. And I have towed the line on furloughs as long as possible. Designed and hosted by Company 50, a Rhode Island website designer. if (thisyear >= 2000) { // covers JScript post 2000 I put some of this to Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo during her Tuesday COVID-19 press update. Today NEA Rhode Island responded to the rumors of layoffs, specifically, but not exclusively, calling out Tiverton Superintendent Peter Sanchioni, who has embroiled the town in a lawsuit over the firing of NEA Tiverton President Amy Mullin. I view these things to be last resorts. Robert Walsh, executive director of the National Education Association of Rhode Island made a series of apparently incorrect and misguided public comments when he claimed that Ocean … To accomplish this, NEARI Retired: Provides opportunities for NEARI … “I talk to the mayors often and I don’t know of anyone planning that. One message, from a teacher who prefers to remain anonymous, struck us in particular: “I am a Rhode Island public school teacher. Our independence allows us to write stories that hold RI state and local government officials accountable. } // not handled: JScript pre 1900 Nea Rhode Island | 11 followers on LinkedIn. Plus, Aaron Regunberg and Moira Walsh, Labor & Business Nea Rhode Island is an education management company based out of 99 Bald Hill Rd Ste 5, Cranston, Rhode Island, United States. Essential workers deserve hazard pay, so where are we with that?