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How To Weave Growth Mindset Into School Culture

California High School student Adilene Rodriguez spoke with KQED MindShift about how her teachers gave her confidence in the classroom through changing her approach...

MMSETS offers math contest for Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts students

The Maine Mathematics, Science, and Engineering Talent Search (MMSETS) Program is offering a seven-round Problem Solving Program for students in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.  The...

As N.H. economy grows, teachers’ jobs are shrinking

The number of teaching jobs in New Hampshire is set to shrink by almost 1%, reported the Concord Monitor: Total employment is supposed to grow...

NASA provides education for K-12 classrooms nationwide

NASA offers professional development, tools, and resources to K-12 educators around the country through their Educator Professional Development Collaborative. Here's an excerpt from their...

UNH physicist: “Edelblut fundamentally misunderstands how to train scientists” | MyTurn Concord Monitor

UNH physicist David Mattingly explains why practicing science, as the NGSS requires, is the best way to learn the material and become a problem solver.

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...

Governor signs bill requiring 2 week notification before teaching sex ed in schools

NHPR reported that Governor Chris Sununu signed HB 103 into law, which requires school districts to provide at least two weeks' notice to parents...

Education Commissioner questions science standards on NHPR’s Morning Edition

On NHPR's Morning Edition, Commissioner Frank Edelblut criticized the Next Generation Science Standards, on which the State Board of Education adopted last year. Here's an...

“No science standards review” says State Board in clear and unambiguous resolution

At its April 6, 2017 meeting, the State Board of Education directed the department not to undertake a review of the New Hampshire College and Career Ready Science Standards. Here are the board discussions and the final resolution, passed unanimously by the board.

Achievement gap study: PACE special education students do as well as other students in...

UNH doctoral candidate Carla Evans looks at whether competency education improves academic achievement for special education students. She finds dramatic results: PACE students with IEPs do about as well in 8th grade math as those without IEPs.