Town-by-town impact of the Senate’s proposal for school funding

On Thursday, May 29 the Senate Finance Committee passed a proposal to increase school funding by $94 million in the 2020-2021 state...

What is the current status of New Hampshire’s state budget?

On Thursday, May 30, the Senate Finance Committee passed a proposal to address school funding in the state budget by a vote...

Learn Everywhere would outsource NH public school classes to private vendors

On June 13, the State Board of Education (SBOE) will decide on whether to move forward with “Learn Everywhere,” a proposal from...

BREAKING NEWS: Senate Finance votes to increase funding for schools

This morning, the Senate Finance Committee passed a proposal to address school funding in the state budget by a vote of 4-2....

Learn Everywhere– pathway to privatization?

A proposal from the Department of Education (DOE) Commissioner Frank Edelblut, known as the “Learn Everywhere” program, would require public high...

US DOE releases $10.3 million in Special Education funds

According to the New Hampshire Department of Education, schools will be receiving $10.3 million in unused funds for special education from the...

4 Things to Know about the “Drive to 65” Act

A bipartisan effort to move the state closer to college and career readiness goals passed the House on May 2, 2019 and...
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Mascenic School District joins ConVal lawsuit over education funding

On Thursday, April 18, the Mascenic Regional School Board unanimously voted to join Contoocook Valley (ConVal), Monadnock Regional, and Winchester School Districts...

House passes budget that would boost education funding by $164 million over 2 years

The House passed the budget bills that lay out the state budget for 2020 and 2021 on Thursday by a vote of...

Almost 7,000 NH students have taken advantage of hands-on extended learning opportunities

According to a survey administered by the Department of Education in February, 6,900 students in 62 public high schools have participated in...