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Weekly Legislative Update: Amendment fully restores stabilization, House Ed works on funding formula

The legislative session started strong, and both chambers are quickly moving through over 100 education-related bills. The Reaching Higher NH team has been live-streaming...
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Parent Information Center now accepting applications for Volunteer Advocate Training in Concord

The Parent Information Center will be holding a Volunteer Advocate Training in Concord beginning on September 17. Trainings will be held on Monday evenings...

Event Announcement: Understood.org IEP Binder Building Party

Understood.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free resources and support to parents of children with learning and attention issues is hosting an IEP...

Medicaid Steps Up in Schools Where Federal Disability Funds Fall Short

Medicaid contributes $4 billion to school-based programs nationwide. New Hampshire receives over $29 million from the provider to cover education-related services such as speech,...

Concord Monitor: Advocates say special ed rights lost in school choice bill

The Concord Monitor highlighted Reaching Higher NH's new analysis on the statewide voucher bill's impact on students with disabilities, underscoring the potential impacts to...

Mary Steady appointed as Manchester’s new director of student services

Manchester Superintendent, Dr. Bolgen Vargas, has named Mary Steady as the district's new Director of Student Services, according to Manchester Ink Link: Ms. Steady comes...

Free Workshop: The three “R’s”

A free workshop, “The 3 R’s – Understanding your role, rights and responsibilities in the N.H. Special Education process” will be held Oct. 12 from 5:30 p.m....

Performance Assessments and Students with Disabilities

New Hampshire's Performance Assessment of Competency Education (PACE) program has become a national model for competency-based assessment and moving away from rigid, bubble sheet-style...

House Subcommittee Proposes Revised Voucher Bill

The House subcommittee that is working on SB 193, proposed legislation to create “Education Freedom Savings Accounts,” met on Thursday (9/21) to reintroduce a...

Understood features webinars on school vouchers, working with IEP teams, and more

Understood, a national organization dedicated to helping children with learning and attention issues and their families, is hosting several free webinars through August. All...

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