Category Archives: Education

Donna Green: Still Waiting…

On March 13, 2018 (9:43 am), I sent this Right to Know request to the Timberlane Regional School District Chairman and SAU 55’s executive assistant. I don’t take kindly to being threatened. | Keep Reading at timberlaneandsandown

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Educational Opportunities Outside the Cookie Cutter School System

Not all kids learn the same, and parents and families need educational opportunities other than the “cookie cutter” school system we currently have. Dawn explains that the different personal choices we make in our daily lives should be reflected in … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Schedule for Week of March 12, 2018

The only significant bill this week is SB 193, the Education Savings Account bill. House Finance will hold an executive session on Wednesday, March 14th when they will vote on their proposed amendment. They are holding a final work session the previous … Continue reading

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State Education Law in NH: There Isn’t Any!

Here is the “Education Clause” for all 50 states, found in their respective constitutions: State Education Clauses Notice how in almost every case the state is mandated or required to “establish” a statewide system of public schools. Not in NH. … Continue reading

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How Windham’s Transgender Policy Violates Your Rights

Skip Murphy explains how the Windham School Board’s new transgender bathroom policy includes language that could infringe on first amendment rights by compelling speech with threats of disciplinary action and how he is trying to pry more details from the … Continue reading

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Windham High School’s National Walk-Out Day Agenda

Stephen M. Sierpina, the Principal of Windham High School, sent out a letter outlining the school’s plans for Wednesday, March 14th. That’s supposed to be a nation-wide school walkout day to inspire Congress to pass stricter gun laws. Dumb. | Keep … Continue reading

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NH: Educrat vs. camera

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