Policy Brief: HB 620 Restricting the rulemaking authority of the State...

House Bill 620, as introduced, would significantly restrict the ability of the New Hampshire State Board of Education (state board) to propose rules that exceed...

Policy Brief: SB 193 Creating a universal voucher program in New...

Senate Bill 193 would establish a statewide Education Freedom Savings Account program, where a parent or guardian signs a contract with an independent scholarship...

BREAKING NEWS: Draft amendment proposes to increase power and authority of...

At the 4/11/17 Senate Education committee meeting, Senator Reagan (R-District 17), introduced a draft amendment that proposes to substantially increase the authority and power of the...

In school tours, Commissioner Edelblut is learning every day

Foster's Daily Democrat spent the day with Commissioner Frank Edelblut and Somersworth educators during his tour of the Hilltop City's schools: The State Commissioner of Education spent...

Sen Reagan: Proposal to give Ed Commissioner more authority is a...

NHPR reported on Senator Reagan's draft amendment to expand the power of the state education commissioner: A proposal to reorganize the state department of education is attracting...

NHPR: Education Commissioner Dismisses Claims of a ‘Power Grab’ at the...

Commissioner Frank Edelblut spoke with NHPR on the amendment to HB 356, which would give him more flexibility and control over the Department of Education: Department of Education Commissioner...

Concord Monitor: Edelblut seeks to restructure education department

The Concord Monitor reported on Senator John Reagan's amendment to HB 356, which would give the Commissioner Frank Edelblut "broad discretion" over the Department of Education: New Hampshire Education...

WMUR: NH education chief says new proposal would give him ‘fidelity...

WMUR reported on the recent draft amendment proposed by Senator Reagan to expand the authority of the NH Commissioner of Ed: New Hampshire Commissioner of Education...

Union Leader: Edelblut power play in DOE reorganizing?

The Union Leader featured an article on the amendment to HB 356, which would restructure the Department of Education: It hasn't taken Frank Edelblut much time to...

State board hears about PACE from Concord school leader Donna Palley:...

Assistant superintendent Donna Palley tells the New Hampshire State Board of Education about Concord's experience with PACE, "You only have to look at the student work to get it. Watch a group of very satisfied teachers sitting around a table looking at one after the other of their students' work. Listen to students talk about their learning and you’ll hear some impressive student voices."