NH Department of Education accepting nominations for 2019 NH Teacher of the Year

The New Hampshire Department of Education is accepting nominations for the 2019 NH Teacher of the Year. The deadline is February 16, 2018.  Anyone can...

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,...

A Revealing Day in Manchester City Schools

Christopher Thompson, a Manchester businessman and columnist for the Union Leader, wrote about his visit to the city's schools. Thompson's reflections about the work...

Enrollments continue to decline across Capital area – but not everywhere

According to the Concord Monitor, fluctuations in school enrollment--often even as little as 1% annually--are creating logistical challenges, from classroom space to staffing needs: Continuing...

The Bell Curve is Nonsense

The “Bell Curve” has dominated how we think about learning and assessment and significantly limits the potential of our children. We know all kids...

Grant awarded to create vision for rural schools in Androscoggin Valley

The Berlin School District was awarded a grant to find out how the rural school districts of Androscoggin Valley can work together to create...

Former Supreme Court Justice Will Appear With N.H. Ed Commissioner To Discuss Mental Health

Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut will address mental health awareness in a joint appearance with former New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice John Broderick, reported NHPR: The...

On teaching civics: “I want to make them thinkers, to be able to argue...

The Union Leader featured a piece on the rise of civics in our schools. Here's an excerpt: Martha Madsen, president of the New Hampshire Institute...

Governor calls for school to start after Labor Day

Governor Chris Sununu said that waiting until after Labor Day to open the state's schools could benefit the state in many ways, according to WMUR: Gov....

Concord CTE Center Director: It’s time to rethink the pathway to school and career...

Steve Rothenberg, director of the Concord Regional Technical Center, wrote about how Career Pathways and technical courses in middle and high school can help students...

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