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N.H. Won’t Overhaul the Common Core. Its Schools Chief Still Wants To.

At the State Board of Education meeting in July, the Board voted to affirm their support of the current state standards. Commissioner Edelblut said...

State Board affirms support for state standards, but DOE will proceed with informal review

Following up on what has been several months of public comment and debate, the State Board of Education will not be opening a formal...

State Board of Education Weighs Review of Math and English Standards

The State Board of Education is considering whether to review and revise the state's College and Career Ready standards in Math and English Language...

State Board of Education seeking public comment on state standards at June 8 meeting

We would like to remind the public that the New Hampshire State Board of Education is seeking public input on whether to revise the...

What should we consider when reviewing our state standards?

The State Board of Education is considering whether to review the state’s academic standards for math and English Language Arts. They’re seeking public comment...

State Board of Education Seeking Public Input on State Math and English Standards

The State Board of Education is seeking public comment on the state's Math and English Language Arts standards at their upcoming meeting on June...

State board ‘implored’ to leave math, ELA standards alone | Concord Monitor

The State Board of Education's (SBOE) meeting on May 11, featured a lengthy debate about whether the Board should begin a process to review...

At State Board Meeting, Outpouring from Public in Support of State Standards and Public...

The State Board of Education meeting room was filled to capacity on May 11, as were the hallways outside, with parents, students, teachers, and...

Sanborn Regional School district tells the state board about their PACE experience

Three school leaders and a parent from the Sanborn Regional School Districts spoke about their participation in New Hampshire's Performance Assessment for Competency Education (PACE) initiative...

State Board hears from Pam Wicks, Concord School Board, about her son’s PACE experience:

There is a positive change happening in our classrooms; we’re seeing students engaged in meaningful learning, giving all students a greater opportunity to reach their potential. I believe that PACE, along with competency based education, will help our students gain 21st century skills, that will guide them on their path to life after high school.

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