Exploring Key Traits and Practices to Build Exemplary Career Pathway Systems

Career pathways and credentialing are rapidly developing topics across K-12 education systems in New Hampshire and nationwide. Over the past five years, there have...

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: Senate Bill 148: the Career and Technical Education Omnibus Bill

On August 8, 2021, Governor Chris Sununu signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 148, the Career and Technical Education Omnibus Bill. SB 148 had...

PODCAST: A Firsthand Look at “First Gens”

https://open.spotify.com/episode/63gpNGX6pFx019ii5HHsLp?si=RLwgZ9v-Ri6z53W1_nxAqg&dl_branch=1 First-generation college students face specific challenges such as decoding the "hidden curriculum" of college life, but they also bring strong positive traits such as...

PODCAST: Ready, Set, Graduate

What do today’s graduates need in order to succeed and thrive? One school district is taking a hard look at itself to answer that...

The Next Stage: We caught up with eight students from one high school music...

Part Two of a Two-Part Series The music room at Merrimack Valley High School looms large in the memory of students who found themselves there...

Follow your dreams (but please come back): Why young people leave the Granite State...

Part One of a Two-Part Series “Pathways” has become a buzzword of late in the world of education. Increasingly, educators and policy makers are...

WEBINAR: Higher Education Roundtable addresses key questions around workforce development, access, and institutional consolidations

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHsr69Il-2U On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, the New Hampshire Alliance for College and Career Readiness hosted a Higher Education Roundtable. The event provided valuable insights...

Roundtable will offer rich discussion of key issues in higher education: Registration still open...

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...

‘Gift to the Class of 2021’ provides free community college classes to all graduating...

Every student graduating from high school this year will be eligible for one free community college course, thanks to a partnership between the New...