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Studies underscore the importance of keeping parents informed of student performance

Informing parents about their child's attendance, grades, and class assignments can have a big impact on student achievement, according to recent studies from Colombia...

National tragedies spark local action, including a Governor’s Task Force on school safety

The recent mass shooting in Parkland, Florida has prompted communities across New Hampshire to take up the issue of school safety and reflect on...

Portsmouth police chief says that community partnerships & building trust with students are critical...

Portsmouth Police Chief Robert Merner said that community, school, and law enforcement partnerships are important in reaching potentially troubled youth and helping to prevent...

Epping to hold a school safety forum on Thrusday, February 22

Epping High School will hold a school safety forum on Thursday, February 22 at 6 p.m. to share what the school is doing to...

Family & community engagement can lead to improved student & school outcomes

According to the Learning Policy Institute (LPI), engaging families and the community in their children's education is associated with improved academic outcomes, more positive...

A Revealing Day in Manchester City Schools

Christopher Thompson, a Manchester businessman and columnist for the Union Leader, wrote about his visit to the city's schools. Thompson's reflections about the work...

Does school choice always have to be about private schools?

At its best, nothing is more unifying and vital to a community’s civic health than a high-quality neighborhood school. Why, then, do all notions...

Former Supreme Court Justice Will Appear With N.H. Ed Commissioner To Discuss Mental Health

Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut will address mental health awareness in a joint appearance with former New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice John Broderick, reported NHPR: The...

Pittsfield Middle High School’s journey to competency-based learning

The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) has put up a new web page about New Hampshire's approach to competency-based learning.  It features a...

Don’t underestimate students’ ability to reflect on their own work

The benefits of reflection and goal-setting that student-led conferences provide valuable skills that go beyond the classroom.

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