Donita Naylor Journal Staff Writer donita22

Friday Dec 13, 2019 at 12:24 AM Dec 13, 2019 at 12:24 AM

PROVIDENCE — Three new administrators added to the Rhode Island Department of Education in 2020 will help it become “a support-driven, rather than a compliance-driven, organization,” Commissioner of Education Angélica Infante-Green said Thursday in announcing their names.

Portsmouth Schools Supt. Ana Riley will become the deputy commissioner for instructional programs.

Kelvin Roldán, who recently earned a doctor of education leadership from Harvard University and has worked in low-performing schools in Hartford, Connecticut, will step in to the new position of deputy commissioner for system transformation.

Jennifer Carney, the director of curriculum for Pawtucket Schools, will become director of school system planning improvement.

Roldán and Carney will work in the just-minted division

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