Keene forum underscores growing frustration with funding inequities

Amid growing frustration over funding inequities in they way New Hampshire funds its education system, attorney John Tobin and Executive Councilor Andru Volinksy are...
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Work-Based Learning Awards highlight efforts to help students become college and career ready

A high school student who helped construct his family’s new home. An information technology company that has been placing interns in employment positions for...
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Public Schools Rising: Increased access, opportunity and equity for NH students

What happens when our small, rural state implements policies and programs that empower public schools to make learning flexible, accessible, and equitable? Public Schools Rising...

Webinar opportunity: Latino Youth & Culturally Informed Care: Valuable Models Addressing Health, Well-being and...

The Bureau of Student Wellness, with funding support by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Minority Health, will host a webinar...

Student representatives join debate on Claremont’s school policy on electronic devices

Students are playing an active role in school policy at Stevens High School in Claremont. Two students who joined the school board earlier this...

Data show minority students & students with disabilities disciplined more harshly than peers

Data from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights show that students with disabilities and minority students are disciplined more often and...
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Temporary rules allow schools to get additional Medicaid funding

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) announced temporary rules to expand the Medicaid to Schools program, which allows school...
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What do our students need to succeed in the world of work?

How can we prepare our children for life after graduation? What skills are the most important, and how can we foster them in students?...
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New docu-series, “America to Me,” explores race and education

How are students navigating issues of race and identity in their school and community? A new docu-series, America to Me, is looking for answers. Although it...
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Parent Information Center now accepting applications for Volunteer Advocate Training in Concord

The Parent Information Center will be holding a Volunteer Advocate Training in Concord beginning on September 17. Trainings will be held on Monday evenings...

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