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NH House, Senate negotiating teacher tenure
2/6
Jun 13, 8:28 AM:

State House and Senate debating amount of time it takes for a teacher to earn tenure. Presents opposition and support without any backing. Tell us why each side feels legislation is helpful or harmful. Connect details to >

Emotional day for Great Bay eLearning Charter School graduates
3/6
Jun 10, 6:17 AM:

Tears and praise from grads of Great Bay "e-learning" charter. Report doesn't go beyond speeches to look at funding concerns or students' performance. School blends classrooms with online lessons: a missed opportunity to >

N.H. school funding debate rages again
2/6
Jun 2, 10:59 AM:

NH lawmakers disagree on changes to school funding formula. Details of bills need to be supplemented with info on how changes will, or won't, help get all Granite State kids achieving to fullest potential. Look to other >

NH school funding amendments before House, Senate
1/6
May 31, 1:47 PM:

Battle over NH school funding. This brief AP summary leaves a frightening thread hanging: legislature seems to be rebuffing court's charge that state provide an adaquate education to public schoolchildren? Surely there >

Pretenured time increased by bill
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May 19, 7:04 AM:

Balanced take on NH plan to extend probationary period for teachers and take teacher performance, in addition to seniority, into account for layoffs. But lacking in details on the effect that could be felt by students. >

NH Senate considering lowering school dropout age
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Apr 26, 11:07 AM:

NH leg deliberating bill to lower dropout age. No explanation for necessity. No exploration of effects. Gov worries move could put state’s financial jeopardy in danger. Is he right? Reversing a four-year-old law. Who >

North Hampton School hits federal academic standards
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Apr 26, 9:02 AM:

NH students exceed state testing goals again this year. But short of 2013 NCLB goal of 100% proficiency in math and reading. A lot of fears here about NCLB goals and punishment. Real focus here, and with NCLB, is to >

NH Senate says no to union costs for non-members
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Apr 21, 10:18 AM:

NH Senate votes to stop practice of non-union public employees sharing cost of collective bargaining. Gov threatens veto if provision in final bill. Perspective of non-members not here. Tell us financial impact on >

ISAU 16 slashes staff in budget crisis
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Apr 19, 12:22 PM:

NH district cuts 16 staff. Additional firings based on "insufficient performance," but clueless what that looks like and why performance wasn't a factor in other layoffs. Check research to see if seniority equates to >

Cuts proposed to art at Marshwood
3/6
Apr 8, 1:09 PM:

Maine art program threatened as district considers elimination of arts teacher. Parents emphasize risk of reversing trend of students being accepted into art colleges after high school. Look into program's role in >

Bill would lengthen time to teacher tenure
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Apr 7, 6:48 AM:

NH senate bill would change tenure and teacher evaluation rules. Opponents think this will make teaching unattractive as a profession, but supporters view alterations as key to student academic gains. Look at other >

Laconia: Supt.: Students improve, but not enough
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Apr 6, 1:09 PM:

NH superintendent says students are improving, despite failure to meet benchmarks under NCLB. Data to back claims nowhere to be found. "One-size-fits-all" exam ignores socio-economic and developmental issues -- so >

Potential for 11 school layoffs
4/6
Apr 5, 12:24 PM:

Newmarket School District in NH faces $300,000 budget gap -- may have to cut staff. Community is upset. No alternatives outlined here. What does all that money buy in the way of educational quality?

 

Has anyone >

Local schools face a real test
2/6
Apr 4, 10:28 AM:

Stakes are higher than >

Nashua exploring charter school options
2/6
Apr 4, 6:09 AM:

NH school district is looking at charters as one way to offer choice to families. Approaching cautiously -- it’s clear district officials need more facts. Study referenced known to be full of holes.

 

So how about >

Constitutional amendment on education funding stirs emotions
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Mar 28, 9:01 AM:

NH bill proposed to change how education is funded by giving more power to local districts, not the state. But how would new funding system work? How would it differ from the existing system? 

 

What are positives >

Republican senators cross line on teacher tenure
2/6
Mar 25, 6:37 AM:

Bill to extend employment before tenure from 3 to 5 years passed by Senate Ed Committee. Not about merits of bill but how passage was handled. Why is extension important and what can be done to reform teaching?

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GOP senators cross line on teacher tenure
2/6
Mar 24, 1:21 PM:

Says tenure debate okay but doesn't like that lawmakers added tenure extension from 3 to 5 years onto another ed bill. Get over it. Question what more has to happen to grant any teacher tenure -- like passing tough >

Seacoast Charter School seeks to build business community's support
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Mar 23, 7:10 AM:

Head of a growing NH charter wants state businesses to lend helping hand in funding. Gives stats revealing charters succeed with less money than traditional schools. Pending House bill could help charters with cash for >

A 'fix-it' that will break NH education
3/6
Mar 21, 9:57 AM:

Editorial urges defeat of proposed NH state constitutional amendment to give the legislature "full discretion" in setting standards and state funding, pulling back court-ordered responsibility from the governor. Much >

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