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As parents evaluate school options, Bishop Guertin in Nashua receives attention
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Jul 31, 6:59 AM: Bishop Guertin High School says parents from all over the region have been inquiring about transferring their children to the private Catholic school in Nashua, where students and teachers will be meeting in person this fall.
Keene charter school returns for first day, remotely
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Jul 29, 7:10 AM: "What we learned — I think what a lot of others learned — is how remote learning works, how to interact with one another in an online format, how to really use and leverage technology for its intended purpose,” O’Reilly said. “So I >
Sununu announces scholarships from CARES Act money, including $1.5 million for private schools
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Jul 29, 6:31 AM: Gov. Chris Sununu announced Tuesday he would direct $1.5 million in federal money that came to New Hampshire as part of the CARES Act federal relief package to organizations that give scholarships to private elementary, middle and >
State panel shrugs off Bradley plea for charter funds
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Jul 28, 7:15 AM: While N.H. politics holds up a $46 million federal grant, the newly created Northeast Woodland Chartered Public School in Conway, which would have been a recipient of the some of that funding, still plans to open this fall.
As N.H. schools prepare to reopen, unions fight for teacher protections
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Jul 20, 7:51 AM: Now, with reopening plans forging ahead across the state, teacher unions are pushing for a voice at the table. Well before the state Department of Education released a 54-page guidance for how to reopen Tuesday, many school >
N.H. Virtual Charter School Expands During Pandemic
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Jul 13, 7:40 AM: The Virtual Learning Academy Charter School, known as VLCAS, offers full-time online school to nearly 300 students in New Hampshire, mostly in high school. Approximately another 12,000 high schoolers who are enrolled in their local >
Letter: Public support of charter schools food for racial equality
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Jul 8, 6:24 AM: Today, in New Hampshire and around the country, they oppose allowing tax dollars of working parents to follow their children to achieve the best possible educational environment for their children. The one size fits all >
Tuftonboro rep proposes ag-themed charter school
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Jul 1, 6:55 AM: The creation of an agricultural-themed charter school was proposed to Carroll County commissioners recently by state Rep. Glenn Cordelli (R-Tuftonboro), who attended the county commissioners' meeting June 17 to propose the "Mountain >
Innovation Academy surprises seniors
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Jun 24, 7:47 AM: Staff members at Innovation Academy Charter School in Tyngsboro recently spread out to 10 communities in Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire to surprise seniors in the Class of 2020 with an IACS Class of 2020 Swag Bag that >
Educators worry remote learning has worsened inequities in schools
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Jun 15, 7:32 AM: The past three months of remote learning have exposed and widened disparities among New Hampshire’s students, especially for students without internet access, those learning English and those with special needs.
Next Charter School to hold drive-in graduation at the Tupelo
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Jun 11, 7:50 AM: The Next Charter School in Derry is teaming up with Tupelo Music Hall to hold a drive-in graduation ceremony Friday morning.
Virus has exposed us to new school possibilities (CER in the news)
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Jun 2, 8:10 AM:

As the ranking Republican member on the Senate Education Committee, I have had the opportunity to listen to a number of educational presentations during this “shelter in place” period. It has been very interesting to listen to how >

Some New Hampshire schools are throwing in the remote-learning towel. Will Vermont follow?
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May 12, 7:12 AM: Vermont schools are still on schedule to finish the rest of the academic year, despite some schools in neighboring states ending earlier due to the stressors of remote learning.
Frank Edelblut: Applying lessons of remote instruction when we go back to school
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May 11, 7:40 AM: For well over a decade, New Hampshire’s central education philosophy is that students learn differently. We need an education system that recognizes that. Personalized learning recognizes that students are not cogs in some elaborate >
NH high school senior lost her jobs, so she started doing groceries for folks in need
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Apr 3, 8:12 AM: A high school senior who recently lost her two part-time jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic is spending her free time shopping for people who aren’t able to do so.
Gov. Sununu moves all N.H. schools to online learning
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Mar 16, 6:14 AM: New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has signed an executive order that moves all public K-12 school districts in the Granite State to remote instruction. The order begins on Monday, March 16th, and ends Friday, April 3rd.
Letter: Charter schools allow children to excel
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Feb 27, 9:53 AM: I think it’s a travesty that anyone in education would suppress learning avenues for children in need. Our charter school system is a very important part of child education in this state.
A Few Things To Know About Charter Schools In N.H., As Battle Continues Over Funding.
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Feb 20, 8:19 AM: Lawmakers, education advocates, and state officials are entering the third month of a high-profile battle over whether to accept a large federal grant to double the number of public charter schools in New Hampshire.
Charter school advocates press state lawmakers to accept federal funds
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Feb 19, 6:37 AM: Three times, Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut has tried to get a committee of lawmakers to accept the first phase of a five-year $46 million grant to establish new charter schools in New Hampshire.
Letter: Charter school grant should be approved
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Feb 18, 7:52 AM: Rejecting the $46 million public charter school grant could cost taxpayers up to $178 million over the next 10 years, according to a new report from the Department of Education. This is a costly mistake that New Hampshire families >

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