Legislative Update: Statewide voucher bill clears House vote

​On January 3, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to pass the amended version of SB 193, the bill that creates a statewide...

Weekly Legislative Update: Keno-garten, restrictions on rulemaking, and legislative approval of academic standards up...

Over the past week, the hot topics in Concord have been the state budget and lawmakers' work in the Committees of Conference to strike...

Edelblut champions STEM and CTE

NHPR reported yesterday that DOE Commissioner, Frank Edelblut is requesting funding to support centers for Career Technical Education (CTE), expand internet service to schools...

Weekly Legislative Update: School choice on hold, full-day kindergarten in play, Senate gets public...

This week, the Senate Finance Committee will hold a public hearing on the state budget on Tuesday starting at 1 p.m. in Representative's Hall. And the House will vote on the kindergarten bill, requiring civics in high school, and expanding dual enrollment programs like Running Start.

BREAKING NEWS: Draft amendment proposes to increase power and authority of NH education commissioner

At the 4/11/17 Senate Education committee meeting, Senator Reagan (R-District 17), introduced a draft amendment that proposes to substantially increase the authority and power of the...

Weekly Legislative Update: House to vote on a bill that drastically impacts special education...

This week was quiet--no hearings or votes. But next week will be a busy one--The House will meet to vote on nearly 20 bills....

Weekly Legislative Update: Senate passes bills that could substantially impact public education in New...

The Senate was busy last week, voting on almost ten education-related bills. The chamber passed the "Croydon bill" and SB 193, a bill that...

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