Reaching Higher is pleased to present our new toolkit for student...

Beginning in January 2023, every school board in New Hampshire must have at least one student member from each of the high schools maintained...

Educators focus on social-emotional learning as foundational to student success

Had they known they were going to have their sense of rhythm put to the test, some of the educators who gathered at the...

NH Department of Education will not release newest version of Minimum...

Lawyers for the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHED) denied Reaching Higher NH’s request for the latest version of the Minimum Standards for Public...

Legislative Update: House Education Committee to vote on 14 interim study...

The House Education Committee will meet for an executive session on Monday, October, 24, to vote on education bills that were referred to interim...

Reaching Higher requests latest version of minimum standards revision before teacher...

On Wednesday, October 19, Reaching Higher NH requested the latest version of the ED 306 Minimum Standards for Public School Approval from the NH...

Low interest in Learn Everywhere programs: Eight students received credit last...

Eight students enrolled in a Learn Everywhere program in New Hampshire during the 2021-2022 school year, according to a report released on Tuesday by...

NH Education News Digest, October 2022

Dear Friends and Colleagues:  We all know that teaching is much more than a profession. Teachers shape our lives in profound and lasting ways and...

Fair and competitive pay is critical to a strong teaching workforce,...

Fair and competitive teacher compensation is a critical part of ensuring that schools can attract and retain qualified and well-prepared teachers, Reaching Higher NH...

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...

NH Education News Digest, September 2022

Dear Friends and Colleagues:  Welcome to the 2022-23 school year! Whatever your connection to public education, we hope you’ve had a restorative summer and are...