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Questions and answers about the proposed Learn Everywhere program

On Thursday, June 13, the State Board of Education (SBOE) will decide on whether to move forward with “Learn Everywhere,” a proposal...

Learn Everywhere would outsource NH public school classes to private vendors

On June 13, the State Board of Education (SBOE) will decide on whether to move forward with “Learn Everywhere,” a proposal from...

Learn Everywhere– pathway to privatization?

A proposal from the Department of Education (DOE) Commissioner Frank Edelblut, known as the “Learn Everywhere” program, would require public high...

Weekly Legislative Update: Teacher Appreciation Week, Learn Everywhere, State Standards, & the Budget

Last week, we celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week! If you haven’t had the chance, #ThankATeacher that made a difference in your or your...

Questions remain as Department of Education works on finalizing Learn Everywhere rules

On Thursday, April 11, the New Hampshire Department of Education presented a new draft of the rules that authorize the Learn Everywhere...

Almost 7,000 NH students have taken advantage of hands-on extended learning opportunities

According to a survey administered by the Department of Education in February, 6,900 students in 62 public high schools have participated in...

State Board & DOE working on way forward for Learn Everywhere, including rule changes,...

At its meeting on Thursday, March 14th, the State Board of Education laid out the next steps for the rules authorizing the Learn Everywhere...

Outpouring Of Public Comments on Learn Everywhere

On February 14, teachers, administrators, school board members, and parents lined up to testify on the Learn Everywhere program and the proposed rules that authorize it. The...
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State Board adopts K-12 Computer Science academic standards

In June, the state legislature voted to add computer science as a core K-12 subject. This week, the New Hampshire State Board of Education,...

State Board re-refers Grantham parent’s manifest education hardship case

Grantham resident Tanya McIntire is appealing a decision by her local school district to the State Board of Education, arguing that the district should...

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