Category Archives: Education

At UNH, Student Demands After Racist Incidents Feel Like Déjà Vu

As students get ready to return for another year at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, for some, there’s still unfinished business from last year. After a series of racist campus incidents, students of color called upon the administration … Continue reading

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Donna Green: Superintendent Stonewalls Policy Changes

In more behind-the-scenes drama of your Timberlane School District, here is an email exchange between me and our superintendent whose contract extends to 2022. (Note, I am the school board head of the standing Policy Committee.  Superintendent Metzler is the … Continue reading

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Green against SAU 55 Board Continues

On Friday, August 11, 2017, I was in a small room with three lawyers, being recorded with a piece of New Hampshire antiquity, a cassette tape recorder. … The purpose of the pre-hearing conference was to “facilitate the proceedings of … Continue reading

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Committee Looks For Input On N.H. Higher Ed System

A legislative committee is seeking public input about the quality and overall value of New Hampshire’s higher education system. The Public Higher Education Study Committee is trying to determine whether students leave school with critical thinking skills, personal and professional … Continue reading

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Default Budgets: Anybody with the Guts to Fix Them?

You may remember that I challenged SAU 55 and the Timberlane Regional School District in New Hampshire’s Superior court in order to obtain a line-item default budget. Unfortunately, I was not successful and Timberlane taxpayers had to suffer once again … Continue reading

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My Fight for Civics Education

Addressing the deplorable condition of civics and history education, the state approved SB 157 last June.  The law “requires students in high school or equivalent to take and pass a government and civics competency assessment as a component of instruction in the … Continue reading

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At Dartmouth ‘Diversity’ Means It’s Mostly for the Rich Kids

Currently, we lead the Ivies in the number of kids coming from 1% families (20.7%), and only Princeton has fewer students from the bottom 60% of family income (we only have 14.4% of undergraduates from this cohort). | More… |Dartblog And while … Continue reading

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