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New State House majorities could accept $46M charter school grant
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Nov 23, 9:10 AM: The clock has run out on State House Democrats opposed to the state accepting a $46 million grant that would double the number of charter schools in New Hampshire.
South Hadley public charter school reaches first labor contract with staff
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Nov 18, 1:53 PM: Staff members at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School (PVPA) have reached their first labor contract with the school, according to the local union chapter.
South Hadley public charter school reaches first labor contract with staff
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Nov 11, 7:05 AM: Rosenberg said that reaching a contract in itself is an “outstanding accomplishment,” noting that PVPA is “one of the few and one of the first charter schools where teachers have reached contracts” in the state. In >
Charter school may be election winner, too
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Nov 6, 7:32 AM: With Republicans taking control of the House and the Senate, there is a “clearer path” for the school to receive $375,000 from a $46 million federal grant, which has been blocked three times by the Democratic-majority >
Private school enrollment surges amid pandemic
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Nov 2, 8:19 AM: Like many Catholic or private schools in the area, St. Mary’s has seen an increase in interest or enrollment from new families as many public schools adopted remote learning models.
My Turn: Why Fiscal Committee was right to turn down charter school grant
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Oct 30, 6:49 AM: There are currently 28 public charter schools in New Hampshire. The grant would cover the start-up costs for 27 new charters, effectively doubling the number, and would expand five already in existence. The current charter >
Governor tours Northeast Chartered School
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Oct 28, 7:11 AM: Gov. Chris Sununu on Tuesday afternoon toured the Northeast Woodland Public Chartered School in Conway. During the visit, he blasted Democrats in the Legislature for holding up federal funding that would have helped >
Granite State College may sell site to charter school
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Oct 27, 6:00 AM: Selectmen today will be discussing the possible sale of a unit owned by Granite State College at the Tech Village in Conway to Northeast Woodland Chartered Public School.
NH districts see more children homeschooled
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Oct 26, 8:06 AM: School districts across the state are seeing drops in enrollment and reporting more families homeschooling their younger children this fall.
Dems block charter school funding again
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Oct 19, 8:30 AM: Another stalemate in Concord means the newly created Northeast Woodland Chartered Public School in Conway won’t be receiving $375,000 from a $46 million federal grant anytime soon.
30-year war over education funding intensifies
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Sep 28, 7:56 AM: New Hampshire is experiencing its own 30-year war in the form of equitable public education funding. And one of the battlefields for the most recent skirmish, the state Supreme Court, had to parse the latest disagreement >
Letter: By supporting charter schools Jeb Bradley has earned my support
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Sep 24, 7:13 AM: I really appreciate how hard he has advocated for charter school funding in New Hampshire. Charter schools are public schools funded by the state and provide a unique opportunity for students that need a different >
Croydon family sues for religious school tuition
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Sep 16, 6:33 AM: Croydon residents Dennis and Cathy Griffin have been sending their now-12-year-old grandson Clayton to Mount Royal Academy, a Catholic pre-K-12 school in Sunapee, since he was in first grade. Now, they say a recent U.S. >
Sununu allocates $7 million for virtual charter school supporting remote instruction for NH students
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Sep 11, 7:37 AM: Demand for VLACS courses has nearly tripled over the summer, with nearly 6,000 students requesting enrollment in 18,800 courses. VLACS currently serves 3,300 students, with 2,500 students on a waitlist for courses when >
Croydon family suing for town to pay Catholic school, arguing state law is unconstitutional
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Sep 8, 5:16 AM: A Croydon family is suing the state, hoping their town will pay to send their grandson to Catholic school, a case a libertarian public-interest law firm hopes will open the door for more families to use local tax dollars >
Surge of applicants overwhelms VLACS online school
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Sep 3, 6:29 AM: Many families are opting for remote learning for their children this semester, and a charter school based in Exeter is seeing such a big surge that it has had to close some classes.
N.H.'s Private Schools See Uptick In Interest During Pandemic
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Aug 31, 6:55 AM: The coronavirus pandemic is creating major problems in public schools in New Hampshire. But the picture for private schools is different.
N.H. charter schools set diverging paths heading into academic year
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Aug 31, 5:58 AM: Area charter schools, which receive government funding but are privately managed, are going in both directions. Those choosing hybrid models cite a desire for caution while those choosing in-person cite small class sizes >
Commentary: Impact of charter schools
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Aug 28, 6:35 AM: In response to questions regarding the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee’s refusal to accept money for charter schools from the federal government, there seems to be many opinions, mostly along the lines of partisan >
New Hampshire Charter Schools Warn Of Financial Fallout From Pandemic
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Aug 26, 6:44 AM: The New Hampshire Alliance for Public Charter Schools says its members need more money to handle costs associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

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