PRESS RELEASE: An Initial Legal Review of NHED Minimum Standards Overhaul...

CONCORD, NH -- This week, an attorney with the New Hampshire Office of Legislative Services (OLS) released an analysis of the NH Department of...

Senate pushes back on House proposal to expand school voucher program 

On Tuesday, May 7, a Senate panel pushed back on House Republicans’ effort to sharply increase eligibility for school vouchers in New Hampshire. The...

Legislative Update: State Board receives sharp criticism of proposed minimum standards...

Last Thursday was the halfway point of the legislative session, also known as “crossover day,” when all of the active House bills move to...

Legislative Update: Strong opposition to minimum standards overhaul; Senate passes school...

There was sharp opposition to the NH Department of Education’s proposed overhaul of the state’s minimum standards for public school approval last week, with...

Legislative Update: State board to hold hearing on standards overhaul; residents...

It’s a critical week for public schools in New Hampshire: the NH State Board of Education is holding its first of two public hearings...

WEBINAR: Unpacking the NHED’s Proposed Overhaul of the ED 306 Administrative...

At their February meeting, the NH State Board of Education voted to advance the NH Education Department’s proposed overhaul of the minimum standards for...

$57 million in federal funding at risk if lawmakers waive certification...

An effort to waive certification and licensure requirements for part-time teachers and paraprofessionals could put $57 million in federal funding at risk, according to...

Legislative Update: What’s happening with the NHED’s standards overhaul? And co-ops...

At their February meeting, the NH State Board of Education voted to advance the NH Education Department’s proposed overhaul of the minimum standards for...

Lawmakers face dueling priorities: Expanding school vouchers or restoring funding for...

The New Hampshire House Finance Committee is considering a bill that would restore $62 million in state funding for public schools, beginning next school...

Legislative Update: March Madness – NHED subpoena power, school voucher accountability,...

This week, lawmakers are on a break with their winter recess. Next week, the first week of March, the legislature resumes with a jam-packed schedule...