Public sessions on arts education standards scheduled for March

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The New Hampshire Department of Education will revise the state's academic standards for arts education. To start the process, the NH DOE will host...

Public sessions on computer science education standards this week

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The NH Department of Education is holding sessions this week to get public input on the state's new minimum computer science education standards. The...

NH Academy of Science becomes first approved Learn Everywhere program

On Thursday, December 10, 2020, the NH State Board of Education approved the state’s first Learn Everywhere program, the New Hampshire Academy of Science...

Professional Standards Board has numerous vacancies to fill

The Professional Standards Board, which plays a key advisory role to the State Board of Education in the area of teacher credentialing, is seeking...

HB 1671 would cut core knowledge domains, eliminate art, world language,...

On Tuesday, February 15, NH Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut and Representative Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) introduced to the House Education Committee House Bill (HB) 1671,...

Legislative oversight committee votes to approve school voucher and remote learning...

The Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR), the state’s administrative oversight committee, voted to approve two sets of education rules on Friday, February...

NH lawmakers put AP designation at risk with divisive concepts law,...

The College Board, which administers the SAT college entrance exam and Advanced Placement courses in high schools nationwide, announced last week in a new statement of...

House Education Committee stops NH DOE effort to remove core academic...

On Tuesday, March 8, the House Education Committee amended House Bill (HB) 1671 to preserve the state’s laws around the content and requirements for...