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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...

Learning Policy Institute: 50 years after Kerner Commission, school funding in many states is...

School funding in many states is "profoundly unfair" and not allocated to the students and districts that need it most, according to a report...

Hinsdale ELO program recognized for advancing educational equity

Hinsdale's Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO) program was recognized by the American School Boards Association as one of the most innovative programs in the country...
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RHNH Exec Dir. Evelyn Aissa Speaks to Contrasting Ed Outcomes in NH

Reaching Higher NH’s Executive Director, Evelyn Aissa, spoke to attendees of the NH Fiscal Policy Institute’s annual conference, Building a Strong Foundation for a...
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Event: Advancing Educational Equity Through Collective Impact

The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College will be hosting Dr. Shelby Cooley for a lecture on inclusion, titled, Why Inclusion Matters:...

NH Department of Education welcomes a new Cultural and Linguistic Competence Coordinator

The New Hampshire Department of Education has welcomed Bhagirath Khatiwada as their new Cultural and Linguistic Competence Coordinator, according to the Department's website:  The NH...

Educational Opportunity Fund created to help close ed achievement gaps in Portsmouth

The Portsmouth School District launched a new Educational Opportunity Fund to help close the educational opportunity gaps for low income students, reported Manchester Ink...

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...

Supreme Court rules in favor of higher standards for students with disabilities

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that students with disabilities have the right to advance to their fullest potential and that "the minimum" was...