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How remote learning is affecting students’ mental health

While educators are working to address students' learning needs, they are also realizing the effects of remote learning on students' mental health....

Bridging gaps: Remote learning creates new challenges in meeting diverse student needs

Michelle Davis has spent her entire 24-year teaching career in Franklin, a quiet city tucked between the state’s capital and the White...

A new reality: Educators reflect on the first weeks of remote learning

On Monday and Thursday mornings at 11:30, Franklyn Bass sets aside his regular duties as interim superintendent of the Concord School District...

Enrollments continue to decline across Capital area – but not everywhere

According to the Concord Monitor, fluctuations in school enrollment--often even as little as 1% annually--are creating logistical challenges, from classroom space to staffing needs: Continuing...

Charter school centered on service in the works for Concord

The State Board of Education reviewed a proposal for a new, service learning-centered charter school in the Concord area, reported the Concord Monitor:   Boscawen educator...

Competency-based instruction in Concord schools means new grades on reports cards

In many schools, students will be taking home a different kind of report card this year as more classrooms switch to a competency-based model...

Free Workshop: The three “R’s”

A free workshop, “The 3 R’s – Understanding your role, rights and responsibilities in the N.H. Special Education process” will be held Oct. 12 from 5:30 p.m....

CHS English teacher is 2018 N.H. Teacher of the Year

Concord High School English teacher Heidi Crumrine was named New Hampshire's 2017 Teacher of the Year, reported the Concord Monitor. Here's an excerpt: “Concord I’ve always...

Test Drive: New Hampshire teachers build new ways to measure deeper learning

The Christian Science Monitor featured a piece on how New Hampshire is leading the country in innovative ways to measure learning and teaching. The...

Another View — Terri Forsten: Don’t divert resources that should boost education for all

Concord Superintendent Terri Forsten responded to a recent opinion piece in the Union Leader that touted SB 193, the bill that creates education freedom...