There are no school bond and tax elections in Rhode Island. Rhode Island is one of nine states along with the District of Columbia to not hold school bond or tax elections. The local governments are responsible for providing with buildings for public schools which requires local approval along with approval from the Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that all buildings are complaint with Rhode Island's strict technology standards.
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