Weekly Legislative Update: State Board votes to limit remote learning, lawmakers hear testimony on...

It was a busy week in Concord last week: concurrent House and Senate public hearings with executive sessions mixed in, and a State Board...

Spotlight on school boards: Why they matter, what they do, and how to get...

A school is the heart of its community: preparing its citizens for the future, providing the town a sense of identity, and bringing people...

NH Education News Digest, January 2022

Dear Friends and Colleagues, Happy New Year! Here at Reaching Higher NH, we are eager to dive into another year of work providing policy makers,...

7 Key Ed Policy Trends to Watch in 2022

The new legislative session is starting off in full force. Both the House and Senate’s Education Committees have public hearings scheduled through the month...

House lawmakers table HB 607, the local school voucher bill

New Hampshire lawmakers have voted to table House Bill 607, which would create a locally-funded school voucher program, at their opening session on Thursday,...

As local school voucher bill goes to the full House, a look back at...

HB 607, a proposed law that would create local school vouchers funded by school district budgets, drew strong opposition at a public hearing last...

10 things to know about HB 607, the local school voucher program that lawmakers...

The House Education Committee has recommended that lawmakers pass House Bill 607, a proposed law that would create local school vouchers that are directly...

Information Session on HB 607, the local school voucher bill

Monday, December 20 4-5 p.m. Via Zoom: Register Here On Monday, December 20, Reaching Higher New Hampshire will host an information session on HB 607, the local...

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...

3 key takeaways on K-12 school enrollment trends in NH

The overall number of children schooled in New Hampshire -- including public, charter, private, and homeschooling -- decreased by 1% between October 2020 and...