Exploring Key Traits and Practices to Build Exemplary Career Pathway Systems

Career pathways and credentialing are rapidly developing topics across K-12 education systems in New Hampshire and nationwide. Over the past five years, there have...

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: Senate Bill 148: the Career and Technical Education Omnibus Bill

On August 8, 2021, Governor Chris Sununu signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 148, the Career and Technical Education Omnibus Bill. SB 148 had...

WEBINAR: Higher Education Roundtable addresses key questions around workforce development, access, and institutional consolidations

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHsr69Il-2U On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, the New Hampshire Alliance for College and Career Readiness hosted a Higher Education Roundtable. The event provided valuable insights...

Roundtable will offer rich discussion of key issues in higher education: Registration still open...

The NH Alliance for College and Career Readiness will host a Higher Education Roundtable on Wednesday, May 19, at 1 p.m. to provide important...

‘Gift to the Class of 2021’ provides free community college classes to all graduating...

Every student graduating from high school this year will be eligible for one free community college course, thanks to a partnership between the New...

Amendment would slow down college merger and ensure members had expertise in higher ed

Under a new amendment, the Higher Education Merger Assessment Commission (HEMAC) would have until January 2022 to form recommendations about if and how to...

NH Alliance for College and Career Readiness to host Higher Education Roundtable on May...

The NH Alliance for College and Career Readiness will host a Higher Education Roundtable on Wednesday, May 19, at 1 p.m. to provide important...

‘Alternative model’ would pause higher education merger in favor of a streamlined Coordinating Council

A new proposal would streamline higher education in New Hampshire by creating a Higher Education Coordinating Council, which would build clear pathways for students,...

Governor’s proposed budget defunds STEM scholarships, which have fueled rapid growth in dual enrollment

The Governor’s Dual and Concurrent Enrollment STEM Scholarship Program, which has promoted substantial growth in STEM courses across New Hampshire’s high schools, has been...

NH DOE’s newest state partner requires “unambiguous consent” to students’ online data, raising questions...

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