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New docu-series, “America to Me,” explores race and education

How are students navigating issues of race and identity in their school and community? A new docu-series, America to Me, is looking for answers. Although it...

When education is supported as a public good, it can teach our children and...

In the heart of the South Bronx, a place in which 45,000 people live within eight square blocks of one another, an essential staple...

Student Voices & Experiences

Student representatives join debate on Claremont’s school policy on electronic devices

Students are playing an active role in school policy at Stevens High School in Claremont. Two students who joined the school board earlier this...

Student Voice Summit brought together over 100 students and educators

Incorporating student voice has been on the radar of many New Hampshire schools over the past few years in an effort to improve school culture and...

Education Policy in New Hampshire

Temporary rules allow schools to get additional Medicaid funding

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) announced temporary rules to expand the Medicaid to Schools program, which allows school...

State Board adopts K-12 Computer Science academic standards

In June, the state legislature voted to add computer science as a core K-12 subject. This week, the New Hampshire State Board of Education,...

Student-Centered Learning

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