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The New Hampshire Education Network (NHEN) is an information-sharing hub for critical public education-related issues.

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New Page! Supporting our educators and school staff

All children deserve a rich, engaging, and high-quality public education that gives them the knowledge and skills necessary to graduate high school with academic and career options. One of the most important elements of a high-quality education is a strong, diverse, and well supported teaching profession.

Minimum Standards for Public School Approval

One of the most important ways that we as a state can ensure that all young people have access to high-quality public schools is through the Minimum Standards for Public School Approval that lays the foundation for all public schools.

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Our Focus Areas

School Funding

Equitable school funding is critical to ensuring that all students have access to a high-quality public education.

School Culture

Schools are safe places where students, families, educators, and school leaders are respected and supported.

Access & Equity

All children should have the resources they need to thrive.

Postsecondary Pathways

Children are prepared for whatever comes next -- college, career, and life.

Coming soon! Teacher Climate Survey

To better understand the environment and working conditions of teachers and school staff across the state, Reaching Higher NH is administering the Teacher Climate Survey (TCS). This will be a brief web-based survey that will measure teacher, administrator, and school staff perceptions of the education profession in New Hampshire. If you are interested in participating in this survey, sign up here to be notified when it's released!

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