Reaching Higher NH releases groundbreaking research on student learning in New Hampshire

What are the major factors that influence student learning in New Hampshire? For our youngest learners, it is their family income. But...

Lawmakers reject first payment of federal charter school grant, questioning long term impact

On Friday, December 13, 2019, New Hampshire’s fiscal oversight committee voted 7-3 to reject the first payment of a new $46M federal charter school...

Review of State’s Charter Schools Estimates 1,083 Open Seats in 2018-2019

On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, our Board of Directors issued a statement regarding this analysis. To read it, click here.

Analysis finds that doubling charter schools in NH could cost state $57 million...

In response to the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee’s request for more information on charter school funding, Reaching Higher NH conducted a fiscal...

Legislative Committee Issues Final Objection to Learn Everywhere

On Thursday, October 17, a legislative oversight committee voted to delay DOE Commissioner Frank Edelblut’s proposed Learn Everywhere program, which would mandate...

State Board of Education: Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules’ objections to Learn Everywhere based...

The State Board of Education has approved its response to a legislative oversight committee’s objections to the Learn Everywhere rule proposal at...

State Board to discuss next steps for Learn Everywhere

On July 18, a legislative oversight committee temporarily stopped the implementation of the Learn Everywhere program. The program, introduced to the State...

Legislative oversight committee issues preliminary objection on Learn Everywhere rules

The Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR), which oversees the rulemaking process to ensure that all rules align with state and...

Four things you need to know about JLCAR

Learn Everywhere, a proposal from the Department of Education, is a set of rules that would allow private and nonprofit organizations to...

Lawmakers send budget proposal and temporary spending bill to Governor’s desk

On Thursday, June 27, the House and Senate passed a budget proposal that would lay out state spending over the next two...