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NH DOE: Robotics grant deadline extended and new grants to become available next week

The New Hampshire Department of Education announced that the deadline for the Robotics Education Fund has been extended--and they've already seen a lot of...

Surplus provides building aid to local school districts for the first time in nearly...

According to the Union Leader, an estimated $19 million of state funds will be available for school building aid projects: School districts throughout the state...

Audit Raises Concerns About Education Funding Oversight

A federal fiscal audit has found that New Hampshire needs improvement in five areas, reported the Associated Press: The U.S. Department of Education reviewed 19...

House Subcommittee Proposes Revised Voucher Bill

The House subcommittee that is working on SB 193, proposed legislation to create “Education Freedom Savings Accounts,” met on Thursday (9/21) to reintroduce a...

Accountability concerns arise over education savings account bill

According to the Concord Monitor, the subcommittee that is studying SB 193, the universal voucher bill that establishes "educational freedom savings accounts" in New...

Brentwood resident: Education commissioner’s plan lacks substance, research

Brentwood resident Jon Morgan wrote an oped in Seacoast Online about Commissioner Frank Edelblut's meeting with Exeter parents and grandparents about the future of...

Keno-garten could help communities like Milford offer full-day kindergarten

Milford canceled its plans to offer a full-day kindergarten program this fall, which would have cost parents $510 per month, due to low enrollment...

20 Years Later: Supreme Court Decision on Ed Funding and its Impact on NH

New Hampshire Magazine explored the Supreme Court's nearly 20-year old decision on education funding and what it's meant for New Hampshire schools. Here's an...

On average, N.H. teachers get paid more in wealthy communities

Teacher salaries differ widely between districts in New Hampshire, and according to one school board chairman, the state's funding formula is a major factor...

Another View: The ABC’s of passing SB 191

Senator David Watters, the prime sponsor of SB 191, submitted a piece to Foster's Daily Democrat about his bill to fund full-day kindergarten. Though...

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