Results from a study performed by the RAND Corporation find that personalized learning practices like project-based learning have positive and lasting effects on students’ reading and math performance.
Board co-chairs Alan Reische and Tom Rath were on the WGIR’s NH Today Show with Jack Heath this morning (here’s the link) talking about the importance of New Hampshire’s public schools and the purpose of Reaching Higher NH. Here are a few highlights: Alan Reische, attorney with Sheehan Phinney Bass […]
In a long piece, thoroughly reported by Doug Ireland, the Eagle Tribune featured the Reaching Higher NH announcement today. Here are some of the highlights: You could call it a “supergroup” of sorts. But this isn’t a conglomerate of well-known musicians producing an album. It’s a high-powered group of business professionals, […]
The Washington Times featured an Associated Press piece highlighting the bipartisan nature of Reaching Higher: CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – A non-partisan group of political, business and education leaders hope to have a say in guiding the state’s education policy through a new non-profit. Reaching Higher New Hampshire is a newly […]
The Nashua Telegraph makes the point that, although there are probably too many coalitions around already, Reaching Higher NH is welcome because it is made up of people who can make a real difference on an important issue.
Reaching Higher NH board members were featured in a Union Leader article stressing the importance of supporting New Hampshire’s public education system and advocating for the great work that our teachers and schools are doing:
In an oped the Concord Monitor titled “Our Turn: To improve education, reach higher,” the Nashua Telegraph featured as “Reaching Higher NH aims to meet school challenges,” and the New Hampshire Business Review titled, “Let’s champion our public schools: Reaching Higher NH will work to ensure the promise of our public schools […]
Reaching Higher NH released the following press announcement today: The Board of Directors of Reaching Higher NH is excited to announce the formation of a new, bipartisan education policy resource for legislators, parents, teachers, and communities in the following press release:
Reaching Higher NH’s launch has been featured on WMUR’s Primary Source, which covers breaking political news in New Hampshire. We are excited to formally announce the bipartisan coalition of parents, teachers, businesses, and communities to the Granite State! REACHING HIGHER NEW HAMPSHIRE. A new bipartisan effort grassroots effort to “support, […]
Rep. Wayne Burton (D-Durham), in a Concord Monitor opinion piece, outlined the importance of higher education and his plan to achieve the new statewide goal to have 65% of Granite Staters will hold a post-secondary credential or degree by 2025.