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New Hampshire Education Roundup, Oct. 19

This Week in NH Education News: October 19,  2020 The Commission to Study School Funding's Fiscal Policy work...

NH Education Roundup, Sept. 25

This Week in NH Education News: September 25,  2020 In this issue of Reaching...

NH Education Roundup, Sept. 11

In this issue of Reaching Higher NH's Education News Brief: The Commission to Study School Funding gets a first look at a...

Reaching Higher NH Welcomes Karen Scolforo, EdD, as Executive Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 17, 2020 CONTACT: Tom Rath, 603-491-1855, tdr@rathlaw.com CONCORD, NH (August 17, 2020)...

How remote learning is affecting students’ mental health

While educators are working to address students' learning needs, they are also realizing the effects of remote learning on students' mental health....

Educators face challenges in delivering support services and addressing new hardships

In the early weeks of remote learning following Gov. Sununu’s executive order to close all K-12 schools, SAU 24 Superintendent Jacqueline Coe...

Bridging gaps: Remote learning creates new challenges in meeting diverse student needs

Michelle Davis has spent her entire 24-year teaching career in Franklin, a quiet city tucked between the state’s capital and the White...

School funding commission scheduled to meet on April 27

The Commission to Study School Funding, a 16-member commission that is reexamining the way New Hampshire funds its public schools, will meet...
education commissioner calls for increased cyber security

Governor Sununu issues executive order to give greater flexibility for online learning tools

On Wednesday, March 18, Governor Sununu signed an executive order that allows school districts greater flexibility to use online learning tools. All...

All NH public schools will close starting on Monday, March 16 and will move...

On Sunday, March 15, Governor Chris Sununu issued an executive order requiring all public schools to close starting on Monday, March 16,...