For Concord High students, PACE means real, authentic learning–not just filling in a bubble on a test.
New Hampshire’s State Board of Education has begun revising the state’s science standards, but that hasn’t stopped 70% of our science classrooms from implementing the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) on their own.
The Business and Industry of New Hampshire (BIA) gave voice one of the top concerns of businesses around the state in its current BIA report: the lack of skilled workers in New Hampshire. The Granite State has a very low unemployment rate and businesses are having trouble finding qualified candidates to fill […]
Bow Memorial School reading specialist Anita Shaw was honored as Granite State Reading Council’s Reading Teacher of the Year, according to the Concord Monitor.
Social skills, pre-math and literacy skills, and behavior skills are among the advantages of pre-Kindergarten, wrote Texas Kindergarten teacher Cody Summerville.
Retired teacher Leigh Walls presents her students with a special gift on their graduation day–a collection of works they did in her Kindergarten and first grade class.
The entrepreneur spoke out for helping our kids develop the skills they’ll need to succeed in 21st century life–skills like creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking.
Claremont is the latest example of how technology can save districts some serious cash.
Winchester, whose students currently attend Keene High School under an exclusive 20-year contract, is exploring other options for its students according to The Keene Sentinel. Pioneer Valley, A Massachusetts pre-K-12 school nearby, recently became an option following a visit by Winchester school officials.
The New Hampshire Excellence in Education Awards Program recognizes outstanding schools and individuals in New Hampshire every year. Here is a list of 2016 award recipients (updated as award information is released):