WEBINAR: Budget and Tax Caps in New Hampshire

Our policy Director, Christina Pretorius, was joined by Zack Sheehan, Project Director of the New Hampshire School Funding Fairness Project, to provide an overview...

In Praise of Instincts

There's a place for gut-level decisions on the postsecondary journey When my younger daughter, Katie, was little, she often froze or panicked over big decisions...

Youth Retention Initiative webinar to feature Reaching Higher’s Nicole Heimarck

Nicole Heimarck, Executive Director of Reaching Higher NH and Director of the New Hampshire Alliance for College and Career Readiness, will serve as a...

Fostering inclusivity and high-quality instruction: Strategies for diversifying the educator workforce

As Senate Bill 236, a bill to study teacher incentives and retention, moves through the state legislature, research suggests that the study committee should...

From healthcare worker crisis, new opportunities and pathways emerge

Matthew McDonald was a first-year nursing student at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, when COVID-19 made its appearance. The frightening and...

As halfway point approaches, lawmakers shift focus to school budget caps,...

Lawmakers are quickly approaching the halfway point known as “crossover day,” when all of the active House bills move to the Senate and vice...

House Education Committee stops NH DOE effort to remove core academic...

On Tuesday, March 8, the House Education Committee amended House Bill (HB) 1671 to preserve the state’s laws around the content and requirements for...

NH lawmakers put AP designation at risk with divisive concepts law,...

The College Board, which administers the SAT college entrance exam and Advanced Placement courses in high schools nationwide, announced last week in a new statement of...

Legislative oversight committee votes to approve school voucher and remote learning...

The Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR), the state’s administrative oversight committee, voted to approve two sets of education rules on Friday, February...

HB 1671 would cut core knowledge domains, eliminate art, world language,...

On Tuesday, February 15, NH Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut and Representative Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) introduced to the House Education Committee House Bill (HB) 1671,...