A new reality: Educators reflect on the first weeks of remote...

On Monday and Thursday mornings at 11:30, Franklyn Bass sets aside his regular duties as interim superintendent of the Concord School District and logs...

The Next Stage: We caught up with eight students from one...

Part Two of a Two-Part Series The music room at Merrimack Valley High School looms large in the memory of students who found themselves there...

Rising to the challenge: NH’s largest school district reflects on remote...

In March, when Gov. Sununu issued his first emergency order shutting down in-person schooling, Manchester educators, like everyone else, hoped that life would return...

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...

Governor’s proposed budget defunds STEM scholarships, which have fueled rapid growth...

The Governor’s Dual and Concurrent Enrollment STEM Scholarship Program, which has promoted substantial growth in STEM courses across New Hampshire’s high schools, has been...

Student membership on school boards provides benefits for all

Student membership on school boards is fundamentally democratic because it elevates a traditionally underrepresented point of view in education governance. It can be a...

“We’re just trying to take it day by day”: Educators reflect...

On ordinary weekday mornings, the network of sidewalks branching out from Christa McAuliffe School in downtown Concord host processions of children: on bikes and...

PODCAST: Ready, Set, Graduate

What do today’s graduates need in order to succeed and thrive? One school district is taking a hard look at itself to answer that...

“It’s penny wise and pound foolish”: Teachers reflect on how disparities...

Kids around teachers desk
Every year around mid summer, the dreaded courtesy phone calls between school superintendents begin. One district unexpectedly loses a teacher to a higher paying...

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...