Chris Sununu Signs SB 44 Prohibiting NH from Mandating Common Core Standards

Concord, NH – Today, Governor Sununu signed into law SB 44, prohibiting the state from mandating local towns and school board to implement the Common Core academic standards.

After the signing Senator Kevin Avard (R-Nashua), prime sponsor of the bill, issued the following statement:

“We are taking a big step forward by pushing back against Washington and unelected bureaucrats who have no business telling parents and local schools what is best for our children,” said Senator Kevin Avard, prime sponsor of the legislation. “We are the Live Free or Die State and local communities should not be forced to adopt academic standards that do not fit the needs of our kids. I am pleased to stand with the Governor and the children of this state to create an education system that works for best for New Hampshire.”

New Hampshire Senate
News Release

For Immediate Release:
July 18, 2017

Media Contact:
Kate Spiner
(603) 271-3043
Kate.Spiner@leg.state.nh.us

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3 Responses to Chris Sununu Signs SB 44 Prohibiting NH from Mandating Common Core Standards

  1. Deborah Sarhent says:

    Education that works and doesn’t harm the citizens that have to pay for it.
    Stop education from exceeding the minimum federal mandates.

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