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My Turn: A father’s hope after daughter’s dyslexia diagnosis

Father and family physician Dr. Travis Harker wrote about his daughter's diagnosis of dyslexia in the Concord Monitor. He said that three years ago, his...

Concord High seniors prep for college after immigrating to the U.S.

Concord High School's Be the Change Club has been a safe space and lifeline for students at the school, and the Concord Monitor published...

Editorial: “Inclusion is an essential part of education and life”

The Concord Monitor Editorial Board praised former Concord High School Principal Gene Connolly for advocating for inclusion in schools. “It’s his push for inclusion...

Concord teacher hopes to inspire kids to explore computer science as part of Christa...

Christa McAuliffe School teacher Heather Droulet was awarded the 2017 Christa McAuliffe Sabbatical from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. As a part of the...

State Board hears from Pam Wicks, Concord School Board, about her son’s PACE experience:

There is a positive change happening in our classrooms; we’re seeing students engaged in meaningful learning, giving all students a greater opportunity to reach their potential. I believe that PACE, along with competency based education, will help our students gain 21st century skills, that will guide them on their path to life after high school.

Concord residents debate full-day kindergarten, cite unexpected expenses that “can’t be ignored”

On March 8, Concord's school board submitted their budget proposal--which didn't include full-day kindergarten. According to the Concord Monitor, a hearing earlier this week...

Letter: A little sunshine on Concord kindergarten

Concord resident Betty Hoadley submitted this letter to the Concord Monitor:  Oh, how lucky can we, the Concord taxpayers, be! This is Sunshine Week, the...

Guest blogger, Pam Wicks, on why she ran for Concord school board

In June of 2011, my husband, 3 boys, and I relocated to Concord, NH just in time for our oldest son to start Kindergarten....

Concord’s media literacy course is a lesson in questioning assumptions

Concord High School's media literacy class students have one complaint: they can't watch a movie or television show without analyzing it. That's the goal,...