Adjustments, disappointments, and silver linings: Students reflect on remote learning

The final weeks of school are typically abuzz with celebrations and traditions, handshakes and hugs and tears. Teenagers sway to sugary dance tunes. Sweaty,...

NH seeking $37 million in federal K-12 education relief

The NH Department of Education is seeking $37 million in coronavirus-related federal relief for the state’s K-12 schools as part of the CARES Act...

How remote learning is affecting students’ mental health

While educators are working to address students' learning needs, they are also realizing the effects of remote learning on students' mental health. Generally, students...

Educators face challenges in delivering support services and addressing new hardships

In the early weeks of remote learning following Gov. Sununu’s executive order to close all K-12 schools, SAU 24 Superintendent Jacqueline Coe sent out...

Bridging gaps: Remote learning creates new challenges in meeting diverse student needs

Michelle Davis has spent her entire 24-year teaching career in Franklin, a quiet city tucked between the state’s capital and the White Mountains. History...

“We’re just trying to take it day by day”: Educators reflect on challenges and...

On ordinary weekday mornings, the network of sidewalks branching out from Christa McAuliffe School in downtown Concord host processions of children: on bikes and...

A new reality: Educators reflect on the first weeks of remote learning

On Monday and Thursday mornings at 11:30, Franklyn Bass sets aside his regular duties as interim superintendent of the Concord School District and logs...

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