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Nashua Telegraph: Civics not a bad idea for NH

The Nashua Telegraph ran an editorial supporting SB 45, which requires all high school students take a course in civics as a requirement for graduation....

Governor Sununu’s budget draws praise, raises questions about the future of education

First-term Governor Chris Sununu delivered his budget address last week, highlighting top issues like the opiod crisis and infrastructure needs. One topic that drew...

Dr. Ladd in Union Leader: Sununu budget a good start for NH schools

Dr. Carl Ladd, Executive Director and Treasurer of the New Hampshire School Administrator's Association, submitted this letter to the Union Leader: AFTER LISTENING to Gov. Chris...

Foster’s Daily Dem: School building aid is part of state’s obligation to a quality...

The Foster's Daily Democrat Editorial Board urged legislators to lift the moratorium on school building aid, citing the growing number of schools in dire...

Lack of building aid makes access to the basics difficult in some NH schools

With over $650 million in potential projects, New Hampshire's school building aid program is one of the top issues of this legislative session. Since...

Education tax credit program had a 77% increase in donations last year

The Children's Scholarship Fund received over $385,000 in funds last year, according to NHPR. That's a 77% increase over the previous year.  The scholarship fund gives...

Don’t underestimate students’ ability to reflect on their own work

The benefits of reflection and goal-setting that student-led conferences provide valuable skills that go beyond the classroom.

New Hampshire leads the way in teaching students 21st Century skills

New Hampshire schools have become a model for learning that is rigorous, personalized, and meaningful, giving them the tools to succeed in 21st century life.

Seacoast schools aim to meet the needs of diverse populations

Portsmouth and Dover schools are stepping up to support new students who speak little English.

NH leads the way, but competency-based ed is catching on in other states

New Hampshire started its move toward competency-based education over 10 years ago.  Most recently, school districts who choose to do it have participated in...