NH Alliance for College and Career Readiness to host Higher Education Roundtable on May...

The NH Alliance for College and Career Readiness will host a Higher Education Roundtable on Wednesday, May 19, at 1 p.m. to provide important...

Paving new pathways

Changes and challenges lie ahead for college and career readiness Part Two of a Two-Part Series To guide students onto viable career pathways, an increasing number...

Choosing their own adventures

With more options than ever and new challenges ahead, students need clear, personalized guidance as they explore career pathways Part One of a Two-Part Series Veteran...

‘High risk and low reward’: Higher education leaders weigh in on proposed college system...

On Friday, March 12, lawmakers heard testimony on Gov. Chris Sununu's proposed merger of the Community College System of New Hampshire and the University...

Governor’s proposed budget defunds STEM scholarships, which have fueled rapid growth in dual enrollment

The Governor’s Dual and Concurrent Enrollment STEM Scholarship Program, which has promoted substantial growth in STEM courses across New Hampshire’s high schools, has been...

‘You do what you’ve got to do.’ As budgets and funding bills unfold, a...

It’s a dramatic budget season in New Hampshire. Communities are deliberating over school district budgets stretched paper thin. Legislators are hashing out bills that...

Career roadblocks: School closures disrupt students’ pathways to professions

Plymouth State University student Kassidy Silva had just begun her junior-year practicum at Franklin Middle School when the first cases of coronavirus were diagnosed...

4 Things to Know about the “Drive to 65” Act

A bipartisan effort to move the state closer to college and career readiness goals passed the House on May 2, 2019 and is one...

Nashua students could earn hands-on math credits through CTE

Nashua high schools are working on a pilot program to offer core math classes as part of Career and Technical Education programs. With these...

CTE programs aren’t just for blue collar jobs: “We’re a rainbow of collar colors”

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs are preparing New Hampshire's students for a wide variety of careers, from biomedical engineering to advanced manufacturing. Frank...