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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...

Meet our team: Kayla Provencher stays focused on students

Kayla Provencher, Reaching Higher’s Public Policy Researcher, has been a student almost her whole life, finishing grad school just this past spring. She experienced...

Students: Apply now for Student Voice’s 2022-23 programs

Attention students with a passion for education justice: Student Voice, a student-led call to action for more equitable schools, is now accepting applications for...

Middle schoolers get a glimpse of career and technical education pathways...

Faith Lanzillo was not surprised by the shrugs and blank stares she received from her middle school audience when she asked what they knew...

High Stakes for Higher Education: NH leaders and lawmakers seek innovative...

Higher education has undergone intense change in recent years, due to factors including demographic trends, workforce demands, student needs, and economic realities. In response,...

In Praise of Instincts

There's a place for gut-level decisions on the postsecondary journey When my younger daughter, Katie, was little, she often froze or panicked over big decisions...

From healthcare worker crisis, new opportunities and pathways emerge

Matthew McDonald was a first-year nursing student at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, when COVID-19 made its appearance. The frightening and...

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,...

PODCAST: Little Learners, Big Ideas

To support their youngest learners as they adapt to full-time, in-person learning -- some for the first time -- educators are rethinking classroom structures...