NASA provides education for K-12 classrooms nationwide

NASA offers professional development, tools, and resources to K-12 educators around the country through their Educator Professional Development Collaborative. Here's an excerpt from their...

Nashua scientist urges support for Next Generation Science Standards

Nashua resident Adrian George submitted this letter to the Nashua Telegraph in support of the Next Generation Science Standards: As someone with an advanced degree...

New Hampshire’s science teachers “urge our policy makers to stay the course” | OurTurn...

The New Hampshire Science Teachers' Association took a lead role in vetting the Next Generation Science Standards early on and has supported science teachers...

UNH physicist: “Edelblut fundamentally misunderstands how to train scientists” | MyTurn Concord Monitor

UNH physicist David Mattingly explains why practicing science, as the NGSS requires, is the best way to learn the material and become a problem solver.

Education Commissioner questions science standards on NHPR’s Morning Edition

On NHPR's Morning Edition, Commissioner Frank Edelblut criticized the Next Generation Science Standards, on which the State Board of Education adopted last year. Here's an...

Nashua teacher: Student engagement due to NGSS approach is amazing

Lisa Janosik, a peer curriculum coach in Nashua, defended the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) after the Nashua Board of Education proposed delaying their...

Nashua Telegraph: Nashua BOE proceeds with science standards pilot

Nashua Telegraph reporter, Tina Forbes, recently did a piece on the debate about the Next Generation Science Standards.  It's full of quotes from both sides of...

Nashua teacher: Student engagement due to NGSS approach is amazing

  Lisa Janosik, a peer curriculum coach in Nashua, defended the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) after the Nashua Board of Education proposed delaying their...

Nashua Telegraph: Nashua BOE proceeds with science standards pilot

Nashua High School South student Ben Telerski advocated for the standards. “As a student, the Next Generation Science Standards seem to be exactly what’s needed,” he said, noting the state Board of Education voted not to review science standards until 2022. “So I don’t know why this discussion is even happening.”

“No science standards review” says State Board in clear and unambiguous resolution

At its April 6, 2017 meeting, the State Board of Education directed the department not to undertake a review of the New Hampshire College and Career Ready Science Standards. Here are the board discussions and the final resolution, passed unanimously by the board.