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RHNH Exec. Dir., Evelyn Aissa, speaks on skills that matter at Tom Tom Founders...

Reaching Higher NH’s Executive Director, Evelyn Aissa, spoke at the seventh Annual Tom Tom Founders Festival last Thursday. The Festival, attended by over 25,000...

Navigating Our Way: Respecting and Supporting All Pathways to Success

As Seymour and Sylvie grow up, they learn about and opt for two different pathways through learning and life. Neither path is better –...

SAT may not align with NH learning standards, research suggests

New Hampshire has used the College Board's SAT assessment to satisfy the high school testing requirement since 2015. Since then, every 11th grader has...
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Event: Connecting Workforce Resources Spring Tour

The New Hampshire Sector Partnerships Initiative and Apprenticeship NH are hosting workshops to give HR professionals an opportunity to meet with six workforce programs...
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EVENT: Help Your Children Explore Careers & Educational Opportunities

CKE Consulting, in partnership with AWATO, is hosting an event is for parents of middle and high school-aged children to help them explore careers and...

Competency-based instruction in Concord schools means new grades on reports cards

In many schools, students will be taking home a different kind of report card this year as more classrooms switch to a competency-based model...

Concord CTE Center Director: It’s time to rethink the pathway to school and career...

Steve Rothenberg, director of the Concord Regional Technical Center, wrote about how Career Pathways and technical courses in middle and high school can help students...

Does Algebra Do More Harm Than Good? CA Community Colleges Rethink Requirements

Math--and specifically algebra--is a major barrier for students enrolled in community colleges across the country. More than half of community college students are required...

Executive Council approves SAT for 11th graders–Union Leader

The Union Leader reported on the Executive Council's unanimous decision to approve the funding for the College Board SAT exam to be administered to...

Granite State students score higher than national average on SAT

The College Board released the score reports on the Class of 2015, and New Hampshire students scored 76 points higher than the national average. According...

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