Resources for helping students cope with traumatic events

Traumatic events can impact the children we care about in various ways. Here is a list of resources, organizations, and hotlines to help educators,...

House considers changes to Manifest Educational Hardship provision

The House Education Committee held a public hearing on January 30, 2018 on HB 1492, a bill that would change the law around Manifest...

N.H. Attorney General: School Gun Bans Unlawful

Lebanon and other communities that have adopted firearm bans on school grounds will have to revise them to comply with a state law passed...

Budget cuts in Claremont could put many students at risk

Crisis Counselor, Ashley Miller, serves as a lifeline for students at Stevens High School in Claremont, NH. She supports and educates those experiencing anxiety,...

New Hampshire ranks 4th in the US for quality public education

The Education Week Research Center ranked New Hampshire fourth in the country in its 2018 Quality Counts report, which examines the role of education in...

Tips for testifying in Legislative Committees

New Hampshire state law mandates that legislative committees hold a hearing for every bill that is introduced. These hearings give the public the opportunity...

Educator offers six reasons “to speak out immediately and loudly against...

In a column for the Concord Monitor, educator Joe Onosko offered six reasons why New Hampshire should reject the voucher program created by SB...

Concord Monitor: Advocates say special ed rights lost in school choice...

The Concord Monitor highlighted Reaching Higher NH's new analysis on the statewide voucher bill's impact on students with disabilities, underscoring the potential impacts to...

Analysis finds that SB 193 may disadvantage students with disabilities

Reaching Higher New Hampshire, a nonpartisan education policy nonprofit, released an analysis of SB 193, a bill to create a statewide education savings account...

Massachusetts education advocate looks to NH as a model for meaningful...

Education advocate Lisa Guisbond used New Hampshire's performance assessment model, PACE, when advocating for more meaningful measures of student and school progress. From the...