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State Board adopts K-12 Computer Science academic standards

In June, the state legislature voted to add computer science as a core K-12 subject. This week, the New Hampshire State Board of Education,...
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Delay in Medicaid to Schools rulemaking means loss in available federal funding for NH...

A delay in the rulemaking process by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) means school districts in New Hampshire will...

State Board dismisses Merrimack parent’s appeal over homework protocol

The New Hampshire State Board of Education dismissed an appeal by a Merrimack parent in response to the district's protocol to cease grading homework...
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Governor Sununu supports limiting court’s role in education funding

Governor Chris Sununu said he supports an amendment to the New Hampshire Constitution that would limit the court's power in determining how to fund...
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Education Commissioner calls for increased cyber security

The New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner, Frank Edelblut, called for increased cyber security in schools in a recent Concord Monitor column. Commissioner Edelblut...

Lead school funding attorney to host workshop on June 13 at 6 p.m. in...

The Pittsfield School Board recently reached out to Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky, a lead attorney in the Claremont cases, to learn more about the...

Governor Sununu adds $10 million to school safety grant program

Governor Sununu is set to increase the school safety preparedness grants by $10 million for a total of almost $30 million, according to the...

State Board re-refers Grantham parent’s manifest education hardship case

Grantham resident Tanya McIntire is appealing a decision by her local school district to the State Board of Education, arguing that the district should...

Reliance on property taxes for school funding creates an inequitable system, says Claremont attorney

Attorney John Tobin highlighted worsening inequities in New Hampshire's schools in an article reposted by InDepthNH. Tobin, who argued the landmark Claremont case in...
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State Board reverses local school board decision to award hardship case

The State Board of Education overturned a school board's decision to allow a student who moved to Litchfield following her father's death to continue...