Alliance Grantee Spotlight: Access Academy

Access Academy is an Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) program that provides traditionally underrepresented students in Manchester schools with access to high-quality learning...

Legislative oversight committee issues preliminary objection on Learn Everywhere rules

The Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR), which oversees the rulemaking process to ensure that all rules align with state and...

Four things you need to know about JLCAR

Learn Everywhere, a proposal from the Department of Education, is a set of rules that would allow private and nonprofit organizations to...

SB140, a bill to preserve local control in education, vetoed

On Wednesday, July 10, Governor Sununu vetoed SB 140, which would have reaffirmed the role of local school districts in granting academic...

Alliance Grantee Spotlight: Careers CLiC

Careers CLiC (Connecting Learning in the Community) partners with schools, businesses, and community organizations to engage K-12 students in career exploration and...

Informal Education Series: Fifth Graders in Berlin “are the future of everywhere”

In our third installment of the “Informal Education” series, our Policy Director Liz Canada introduces us to Aubrey and Hannah, two fifth...

Lawmakers send budget proposal and temporary spending bill to Governor’s desk

On Thursday, June 27, the House and Senate passed a budget proposal that would lay out state spending over the next two...

Analysis: Budget veto would disproportionately affect vulnerable communities

On Thursday, June 27, lawmakers will vote on a budget proposal that will then go to Governor Sununu’s desk. The proposal includes...
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State Board narrowly approves Learn Everywhere, Chair asserting that local control “is a myth”

On Thursday, June 13, the State Board of Education (SBOE) passed the Learn Everywhere rules on a 4-3 vote. Under the proposal,...

Informal Education Series: “There is no rabbit in the hat” to solve Berlin’s funding...

In our second installment of the “Informal Education” series, we will explore how the local economy affects schools. In this article, our...