Attention all K-5 teachers, special educators, ELL teachers, and reading specialists!
According to the Rhode Island Right to Read Act, you must show dyslexia proficiency by completing a RIDE approved training.
RIC’s Literacy / Dyslexia Endorsement Courses have been approved by RIDE to meet this requirement. RIC’s three-course series is affordable and can be completed in one summer! Enroll now to get your Right to Read requirement completed in the most cost-efficient and time-efficient way possible.
Due to the
building renovation planned for Horace Mann Hall, the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development has relocated to Building 2, east campus.
Welcome! Our School is approved by the Rhode Island Department of Education to prepare teachers, counselors, school psychologists and youth workers. We seek to embrace innovation and cherish our tradition of making teaching and learning personal, meaningful, and exciting.
Please check out the
2020 Rhode Island Education Policy Primer from our new Social Policy Hub for Equity Research in Education (SPHERE).
Learn more about SPHERE
Fall 2021 Admission to FSEHD Undergraduate programs will be open between July 1 to August 10, 2021. FSEHD created an
Admissions Fall 2021 Folder for access to Information and Instructions. Information will continue to be added between April and June.
Additional help/practice for Basic Skills content or PRAXIS for teacher certification tests:
go to OASIS to see one of their learning skills specialists.
How to schedule an online appointment/consultation with OASIS
Teacher Loan Forgiveness
Rhode Island College-Mount Pleasant High School Partnership Summer Learning Program: Empowering Student Voices will encourage new Mount Pleasant High School students to strengthen their academics by exploring family and community stories. Students will build relationships with other students, mentors and teachers from RIC & MPHS and develop a vision for the future with positive and encouraging support. Learn more by
downloading and viewing this flyer.