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Schools Failing to Educate Kids Now Want to Treat Their Mental Health

There’s never a moment in the world of public education that it’s safe to let your guard down. Just when you begin to think the tide is beginning to turn or it can’t get any worse, educational elites dream up … Continue reading

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Legislation Proposes State Takeover of Education (HB 1497)

HB 1497 is legislation proposes the STATE take over your local public school. BI-PARTISAN SPONSORS: Rep. Ladd, Graf. 4; Rep. Myler, Merr. 10 This is a “takeover” document. If the state does not like a school district’s plan for improving poor … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Family Profile: Rescue from Bullying

There are many reasons why families seek educational options for their children, and unfortunately, some need to be rescued from unresolved bullying and harassment at local schools. As part of our periodic profiles about NH families that utilize educational alternatives, … Continue reading

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Manchester school board implements spending freeze

MANCHESTER — City school board members voted Monday night to implement a spending freeze in the district on non-essential materials. The motion approved by board members authorizes the spending freeze, while giving Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bolgen Vargas “the latitude … Continue reading

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New Hampshire changes statewide assessment for students

New Hampshire students will take new statewide assessments this spring. The department of education announced Wednesday that it would contract with American Institutes for Research, a D.C.-based company, to test students in grades 3-8 and 11 in math, English language … Continue reading

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Sununu: Send kids back to school after Labor Day

“I am strongly considering a proposal to change the dynamic of our education system in a way that works better for our families and for our economy,” Gov. Chris Sununu, 42, told the New Hampshire Union Leader during a telephone … Continue reading

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The (New Public School) Lord’s Prayer

This is credited to a 15-year-old school kid who got an A+ for this entry. Because the Lord’s Prayer is not allowed in most U.S. Public schools any more a kid in Minnesota wrote the following NEW School Prayer: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ … Continue reading

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Teachers save the World from Kindergarteners and Other News

Teachers prevented mass casualties by suspending five-year-old Caitlin Miller for making shooting motions with a crooked stick and four-year-old pre-school student Hunter Crowe for having a “shotgun bullet” (aka a fired 22 bullet shell casing) he got from his police … Continue reading

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Go to Bad Schools, Go to Prison: The Teacher Union’s Dirty Little Secret

Though derided by the teachers’ unions as an urban myth, experts in education and corrections have observed a correlation between reading proficiency in the third grade and incarceration. They do not yet use this data to project the number of … Continue reading

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Edelblut Says Public Schools Should Strive To Be Best Choice For Parents

Now two months into the job, New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut says he’s been impressed by what he’s seen far in his visits to schools across the state. But as the state considers legislation that would vastly expand school choice … Continue reading

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