Category Archives: Education

Search Committee Formed to Help Select New UNH President

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A search committee has been formed to help select a successor to University of New Hampshire President Mark Huddleston. Huddleston announced last month that he will retire as of June 30, 2018. He has served as … Continue reading

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These Teachers Are Learning Gun Skills To Protect Students, They Say

Will arming teachers make schools safer? While that debate continues across the country, this week more than a dozen school employees from around Colorado spent three days learning advanced gun skills at a shooting range outside of Denver. “I don’t … Continue reading

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Franklin NH Gets $125,000.00 for Dropout Prevention

The city of Franklin, New Hampshire got a gift in the new Republican state Budget. A grant for $125K to address its distinction of having the third highest dropout rate in the state. | More… | GraniteGrok

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Timberlane Predicts $550k Surplus Shortfall

Before any budget is approved, prudence and common sense require an examination of projected revenues. Unfortunately, Timberlane’s budget committee never looks at revenue before they give their stamp of approval. Why does this matter?  Shaky revenues mean a risk of … Continue reading

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Trinity College president responds to professor’s anti-white comments

In this video, I update viewers about the Trinity College situation, in which a black professor made a series of anti-white comments on his Facebook and Twitter accounts. After threats were apparently received, the college closed yesterday and re-opened this … Continue reading

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Democrat’s Symbolic Run Against Trump Fails in Georgia, Oh!, And They Lost in SC Too.

Republican Karen Handel is the winner of the special congressional election in GA-6. She beat Democrat Jon Ossoff (who doesn’t even live in the district in which he ran), despite having 23.6 million in campaign donations, mostly from California and … Continue reading

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Legislative Conference Committee Recommends Bill Against Common Core

A conference committee of representatives and senators is recommending the full House and Senate pass a bill that bans the state from requiring schools to use Common Core educational standards. The bill, SB 44, also requires the state Board of … Continue reading

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