Not your old school CTE?

New Hampshire's CTE programs have expanded beyond the traditional wood shops and automotive garages. Today, CTE include fields like biotechnology, graphic design, computer networking,...

Does Algebra Do More Harm Than Good? CA Community Colleges Rethink Requirements

Math--and specifically algebra--is a major barrier for students enrolled in community colleges across the country. More than half of community college students are required...

Keno-garten could help communities like Milford offer full-day kindergarten

Milford canceled its plans to offer a full-day kindergarten program this fall, which would have cost parents $510 per month, due to low enrollment...

20 Years Later: Supreme Court Decision on Ed Funding and its Impact on NH

New Hampshire Magazine explored the Supreme Court's nearly 20-year old decision on education funding and what it's meant for New Hampshire schools. Here's an...

How teaching becomes the test in New Hampshire

Sanborn Regional High School principal Brian Stack wrote about New Hampshire's performance assessments in the industry publication Multi Briefs. Here's an excerpt: With the Performance...

N.H. Won’t Overhaul the Common Core. Its Schools Chief Still Wants To.

At the State Board of Education meeting in July, the Board voted to affirm their support of the current state standards. Commissioner Edelblut said...

On average, N.H. teachers get paid more in wealthy communities

Teacher salaries differ widely between districts in New Hampshire, and according to one school board chairman, the state's funding formula is a major factor...

State Board affirms support for state standards, but DOE will proceed with informal review

Following up on what has been several months of public comment and debate, the State Board of Education will not be opening a formal...

Another View: The ABC’s of passing SB 191

Senator David Watters, the prime sponsor of SB 191, submitted a piece to Foster's Daily Democrat about his bill to fund full-day kindergarten. Though...

‘Democracy Project’ Aims To Address Civics Knowledge Gap Among N.H. Students

Bill Dunlap, the director of the New Hampshire Historical Society, sat down with NHPR to talk about the "Democracy Project," an effort to revise...

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