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Webinar opportunity: Latino Youth & Culturally Informed Care: Valuable Models Addressing Health, Well-being and...

The Bureau of Student Wellness, with funding support by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Minority Health, will host a webinar...

Data show minority students & students with disabilities disciplined more harshly than peers

Data from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights show that students with disabilities and minority students are disciplined more often and...
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New docu-series, “America to Me,” explores race and education

How are students navigating issues of race and identity in their school and community? A new docu-series, America to Me, is looking for answers. Although it...

Business leader emphasizes CTE in addressing the state’s skills gap & expanding opportunities for...

Stephen Carter, the President and CEO of Williams & Hussey Machine Co. in Amherst, emphasized career and technical education (CTE) programs in preparing all...
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Education Commissioner hopeful that PACE can create opportunities for deeper learning for all students

In this video for KnowledgeWorks and the Center for Assessment, Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut speaks to how PACE can help expand innovation and deeper...
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School-business partnership is helping this student kick-start his engineering career

As a part of a partnership between Spaulding High School in Rochester and Great Bay Community College, students can earn a certificate in advanced...
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Nashua Career & Tech Center’s new initiative aims to attract more English Language Learners...

Nashua's Career and Technical Education (CTE) center, which prepares students for college and careers in industries such as biotechnology, engineering, healthcare, and trades, is...

Stereotypical gender roles could be affecting math achievement in wealthy, suburban districts

In many cases, girls outperform boys in most subjects in early grades. But according to a new study from Stanford, boys outperform girls in...

Fewer summer break opportunities for low-income children could be widening the learning achievement gap

Summer break may contribute to the widening achievement gap between students based on income levels, according to some experts. Students from middle and high-income...

NH ranks 46th in school funding equity, according to national study

According to a Quality Counts study, New Hampshire ranked in the bottom five for equity in education, partly due to the over-reliance on local...

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