The New Hampshire Science Teachers’ Association took a lead role in vetting the Next Generation Science Standards early on and has supported science teachers at all levels in understanding the new standards and using them in their classroom. Here’s what they had to say today in the Concord Monitor. The […]
On Tuesday (4/25) the Senate Education Committee held a public hearing on amendments to HB 356, a bill to establish a committee to study state education funding. The hearing was scheduled after there was significant public outcry over an amendment introduced by Senator John Reagan (R-Deerfield) that would have precipitated dramatic changes […]
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.
Letters to the Union Leader and the Concord Monitor on the key New Hampshire education issues.
Kathleen Ronayne writes for the AP in the Concord Monitor, House lawmakers hit pause Tuesday on a sweeping school choice bill over concerns it would improperly divert taxpayer dollars to religious schools and financially harm public schools. “Our New Hampshire Constitution is clear that public funds cannot be used for sectarian […]
David Solomon reports that the Senate Education Committee voted down the Edelblut request for open ended authority to reorganize the New Hampshire department of education because Republican Sen. Ruth Ward heard so much opposition from constitutents.
WMUR reports that the New Hampshire House Education Committee retained for further study a controversial voucher bill. It could be returned in 2018
WMUR reports that the New Hampshire House Education Committee voted 15-4 to fully support full day kindergarten, adding $5 million per year to the governor’s original proposal
WMUR reports that the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee sent a major department of education reorganization proposal to study committee.
The Union Leader reported that New Hampshire House Education Committee voted in support of SB 191, full day kindergarten. Now the bill goes to the full House and then to House Finance