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Governor Sununu’s budget draws praise, raises questions about the future of education

Governor Sununu’s budget draws praise, raises questions about the future of education

First-term Governor Chris Sununu delivered his budget address last week, highlighting top issues like the opiod crisis and infrastructure needs. One topic that drew a lot of attention was his education priorities. These fell in three main categories: funding for full-day kindergarten, school building aid, and charter school funding. We’ll […]

PACE Evaluations at Spaulding High School

Charles Arlinghaus in Union Leader: Charters give kids more options

Charles Arlinghaus, Governor Sununu’s interim budget director, published a column in the Union Leader about school choice. Here’s an excerpt:

Governor Chris Sununu: Parents “need to have the final say” on their children’s education

Governor Chris Sununu: Parents “need to have the final say” on their children’s education

Governor Chris Sununu spoke to NH1 News after speaking at a school choice event in Manchester earlier this week. Here’s the clip:

Concord Monitor Editorial Board: Additional charter funding shouldn’t come at the expense of struggling schools

Concord Monitor Editorial Board: Additional charter funding shouldn’t come at the expense of struggling schools

The Concord Monitor featured an editorial over the weekend questioning whether the expansion of charter schools and school choice in New Hampshire would give all students “a fair shake.” Here’s an excerpt:

“Learning for a purpose is deeper and longer lasting,” says charter CEO Kim Carter

“Learning for a purpose is deeper and longer lasting,” says charter CEO Kim Carter

At Making Community Connections Charter Schools (MC2) in Manchester and Keene, students are put in the driver’s seat of their learning experience. In a piece authored by The Hetchinger Report, Kim Carter–former NH Teacher of the Year and MC2’s Chief Education Officer–explains how personalized learning motivates students and prepares them for […]

NH’s online charter school moves to a competency-based learning model

NH’s online charter school moves to a competency-based learning model

NH’s online charter school is shifting to a competency-based learning model, where students can demonstrate mastery of concepts in a variety of ways.