- NH gets record, 5-year charter school grant
- Aug 23, 6:01 AM: New Hampshire received a record five-year, $46 million federal grant to expand its successful charter schools, Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut announced Thursday.
- N.H. Education Dept. Defends 'Learn Everywhere' Proposal
- > Aug 9, 6:54 AM: The New Hampshire Department of Education and members of the state Board of Education are defending their right to approve alternative programs granting credit to high school students, despite objections from lawmakers and
- Column: Where do charters fit in ed funding debate?
- Jul 9, 6:28 AM: At the state Legislature’s early spring Joint Committee on Education hearing on various proposed K-12 funding bills, the stories from scores of school districts were depressingly familiar.
- Column: Learn Everywhere is latest step in redesigning N.H. education
- > Jun 27, 8:22 AM: Most opponents of Learn Everywhere speak glowingly about Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs), those nontraditional experiences that take place outside of classrooms (internships, apprenticeships, work-study, performing groups,
- EDies: Academy for Science and Design – NH Secondary School of Excellence 2019
- Jun 10, 7:00 AM: The New Hampshire Excellence in Education Awards (EDies) has selected The Academy for Science and Design in Nashua as the 2019 recipient of the NH Secondary School of Excellence Award.
- Editorial: It’s time for NH to fix school funding problem
- Jun 10, 6:36 AM: A superior court judge’s recent ruling that New Hampshire’s current method for funding public schools is unconstitutional should present the reality the “fix” from more than 20 years didn’t work.
- Court says state education funding unconstitutional
- Jun 6, 7:09 AM: Cheshire Superior Court Judge David Ruoff ruled that the state’s formula for funding education is unconstitutional, according to a 98-page decision released Wednesday.
- As Student Enrollment Shrinks, DOE Commissioner Urges Realism and School Choice
- May 17, 5:04 AM: New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut was in Dublin on Wednesday night to encourage residents frustrated with their school district and property taxes to consider school choice.
- Excellence on display at Nashua charter school
- May 14, 8:15 AM: It is apparent that the school community revolves around learning, individual passions and the interests of everyone involved, she said.
- SCSU to expand partnership, education programs with schools, city
- Apr 5, 6:06 AM: As part of the program, SCSU faculty and certified high school teachers will teach college classes at city high schools, with students eligible to receive college credits before graduating high school.
- Column: Tax credit program is vital to my son’s education, well-being
- > Mar 25, 5:45 AM: Without an ETC scholarship, parents like myself would be forced to send their child to a school that does not fit their educational needs. Our children are the future, and it is our job as parents and leaders to ensure all children,
- Editorial: Addressing issues facing left-behind communities is good policy — and good politics
- > Mar 21, 7:24 AM: Clean water and renewable energy are other areas in which investment by the federal government could yield big dividends and improve the quality of rural life. And as Booker noted, the federal government could give a boost to rural
- N.H. Dems push to eliminate tax credits for private school scholarships
- Mar 14, 5:58 AM: Since 2012, New Hampshire has offered companies a deal: contribute to a fund to help low-income families pay private school tuition, and receive tax credits in return.
- Richard Evans -- School choice not 'draining' anything
- > Feb 25, 5:52 AM: The one constant, among the fervent and often frenetic opposition to anyone or anything that threatens the unfortunate monopoly that the public schools hold on the delivery of free education, is that the word “draining” is used to
- School choice battle revs up again in debate over tax credit program
- > Feb 6, 6:28 AM: Supporters of the repeal effort, with a Democratic majority in House and Senate, are hoping to reverse the most significant legislative success of school choice advocates in recent years. If they succeed in passing a bill that
- Commentary: Put students, families first
- > Feb 4, 8:00 AM: Our public school system works extremely well considering the task, which is that our public schools must admit all children of various talents, skills, socioeconomic background and social status. On the other hand, private schools
- Opinion: It’s time to rethink high school education
- > Jan 30, 7:18 AM: Gov. Chris Sununu recently announced the state’s intention to develop New Hampshire Career Academies, a progressive idea to provide high school students a pathway to industry certification, an associate’s degree and a job
- Commentary: NH’s education opportunities abound
- > Jan 14, 8:23 AM: It’s time to hit the pause button on the governor’s “Learn Everywhere” and “Career Academies” proposals announced last week. These proposals seem to pull funding away from public schools and stand in contrast to what voters feel is
- Tuition-free associates degree about to become an option for NH high school grads
- > Jan 7, 7:52 AM: Tucked into Gov. Chris Sununu’s second inaugural address was a promise to create the New Hampshire Career Academy, a partnership involving community colleges, employers and local high schools that will enable motivated and capable