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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...

Sununu Signs Off On Croydon Bill

Governor Chris Sununu signed SB 8, known as the "Croydon bill," at the Croydon Village School in Newport on Thursday, according to the Valley...

Croydon: Tiny N.H. town forever synonymous with school choice

Since 2012, the town of Croydon has been battling over school choice, and it has become the face of the statewide debate, according to...

Report finds disparity in state education funding persists 20 years after Claremont decision

Disparities in education are getting worse, according to a study done by the NH Center for Public Policy Studies. Here's an excerpt from the Keene...

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...

Reaching Higher updates Nashua residents on statewide initiatives

Dan Vallone, Reaching Higher NH's Director of Engagement, provided Nashua residents with an overview of this legislative session's education initiatives, reported the Union Leader....

Hanover students earn $2,500 National Merit Scholarship

The National Merit Scholarship program has awarded three Hanover High School students with $2,500 each toward their college educations, according to the Valley News: Hanover...

“It’s a pregnant moment for state education policy” | NHPR

We missed this report last week but it's worth catching up with Josh Rogers' review Senate and House Education Committee decisions last Tuesday: It’s a...

Troy resident: The way NH funds public schools is an “unfair system”

Troy resident Marcia Press is taking action after attending a four-hour town meeting on the school budget, where she says that her community was...

Police chief: Investing in kids can help fight crime

Enfield Police Chief Richard Crate urged the legislature to invest in New Hampshire kids by funding early childhood education programs in the Concord Monitor....

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