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WEBINAR: Drafted without public input, proposed changes to public school standards...

On Wednesday, August 31, Reaching Higher NH presented a briefing to the New Hampshire Education Network (NHEN) on proposed rule changes to the Minimum...

‘Claremont’ podcast series offers context for current school funding lawsuits, debates

A new school funding lawsuit was filed last month and a second one is scheduled for trial early next year -- but the issues...

Education funding a top issue in upcoming election, according to Citizens...

State funding for public schools and school voucher programs are among the top issues Granite Staters want candidates to address in the 2022 election,...

Youth Retention Initiative webinar emphasizes inclusive narratives, collaboration

Ensuring all New Hampshire young people find meaningful postsecondary pathways starts with adopting inclusive language, Reaching Higher’s Nicole Heimarck explained during an April 12...

NH Education News Digest, March 2022

Dear Friends and Colleagues,  Like the weather in March, the education climate has experienced dramatic ups and downs over the past month. An assortment of...

House Education Committee stops NH DOE effort to remove core academic...

On Tuesday, March 8, the House Education Committee amended House Bill (HB) 1671 to preserve the state’s laws around the content and requirements for...

NH lawmakers put AP designation at risk with divisive concepts law,...

The College Board, which administers the SAT college entrance exam and Advanced Placement courses in high schools nationwide, announced last week in a new statement of...

HB 1671 would cut core knowledge domains, eliminate art, world language,...

On Tuesday, February 15, NH Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut and Representative Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) introduced to the House Education Committee House Bill (HB) 1671,...

CTE legislation promotes access through calendar alignment, embedded credits

CTE leaders helped shape bill's content On Wednesday, February 9, lawmakers are scheduled to vote on a bill that aims to expand Career and Technical...

As local school voucher bill goes to the full House, a...

HB 607, a proposed law that would create local school vouchers funded by school district budgets, drew strong opposition at a public hearing last...