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Concerns around cost of voucher bill are overstated, according to leadership and Union Leader...

The House Finance subcommittee released an amended version of SB 193, the statewide voucher bill, which tightened the eligibility requirements, eliminated the stabilization grants...

US DOE approves NH’s state education plan

The United States Department of Education (US DOE) has approved New Hampshire's state plan to comply with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)....

Senate committee approves bill to reorganize Department of Education

The Senate Education Committee unanimously approved the Senate bill that would reorganize the Department of Education and give the Education Commissioner more authority to...

Senate bill aims to restrain commissioners

Nine New Hampshire Senators have sponsored a bill in 2018 designed to forbid commissioners from engaging in partisan political activity. According to the Union...

Education, Business Leaders: Education is the key to addressing the state’s labor shortages

According to New Hampshire's schools, businesses, and leaders, education is the key to addressing the state's labor shortages. The Associated Press reported from a...

Concord Monitor: “Education commissioner denies he politicized job interview”

After Karin Cevasco's opinion column in yesterday's edition of the Concord Monitor about her experience interviewing for the Department of Education position to lead the state's...

My Turn: A disturbing exchange with Commissioner Edelblut

Gate City Charter School co-founder and longtime educator Karin Cevasco shared her conversation with New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut in the Concord Monitor: "I...

Former Supreme Court Justice Will Appear With N.H. Ed Commissioner To Discuss Mental Health

Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut will address mental health awareness in a joint appearance with former New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice John Broderick, reported NHPR: The...

New Hampshire changes statewide assessment for students

New Hampshire students will not be taking the Smarter Balanced Assessment in the spring, reported the Concord Monitor. The Department of Education has contracted...

N.H. Students Will Face New Standardized Test Next Spring

Next spring, New Hampshire students will be taking a new statewide assessment to replace the Smarter Balanced Assessment, reported NHPR: Now, with the help of...

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