Even Good Things Come to an End

Thank you for all your support of School Choice for New Hampshire and educational opportunities in our state. SCNH made a difference and empowered families with educational opportunities and tools to support their children’s educational needs. Here are a few of our highlights from the past year alone. In August, SCNH developed a FAQ and Read More

Homeschool Info Sessions in Spring 2020

Are you considering homeschooling next year? Are you new to homeschooling and want to make sure you’re off to a solid start? Are you a home ed leader and would like to reach more families in your community? Contact us at info@SchoolChoiceNH.org and we can host one near you! Over the last two years, we Read More

School Leader Defends the Town Tuitioning Program

The House recently passed HB 721, a bill that would require all private schools participating in town tuitioning to provide the same special education services as public schools without the funding — another way to shut down this small and successful program. HB 721 requires all private schools participating in a town-tuitioning (aka Croydon) program Read More

Please Join Us to Celebrate National School Choice Week

Children’s Scholarship Fund New Hampshire, National School Choice Week (NSCW) and School Choice for NH, invite you to celebrate NSCW with us in The Armory Ballroom at the DoubleTree in Manchester on Thursday January 30th from 4 to 7pm. This child-friendly fun event will feature Christopher Duffley, interactive drumming with Mr. Rich of YouthBeatz, the Read More

Schedule for Week of January 13, 2020

The 2020 legislative session is underway with multiple public hearings scheduled in the Senate Education and Workforce Development and House Education Committees. We are monitoring numerous bills this year and those will include our analysis and commentary. This year there are several bills regarding chartered public schools, Learn Everywhere, special education, as well as safety Read More

Public Hearing on HB 1454, the Anti Public-School Learning Opportunities Bill

WHAT: Public hearing on House Bill 1454, a bill that intends to repeal the innovative Learn Everywhere program that expands personalized learning opportunities for public high-school students. WHERE: Legislative Office Building, room 207, located at 33 N State Street Concord. WHEN: Thursday, January 16th starting at 1:00pm Invite your friends to join the Facebook event. Read More

More Attacks on Learn Everywhere

Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning. ~ Fred Rogers This is no different if the student is five years-old or fifteen. Children learn through a variety of activities, including those outside the traditional school environment and schedule. Whether it is participation in a sports activity, volunteering at a local animal-rescue Read More

Podcast Discussion about Educational Opportunities

Just before the holidays, we sat down with Kathy Rago at Granite State Divide to discuss the variety of educational opportunities across the state. Listen here! Read More

HEAC Cleaning Up Home Ed Rules

The Home Education Advisory Council met again on December 19, 2019. Present were Kitty Michelotti (Chairman, Granite State Home Educators), George D’Orazio (Vice Chairman, Catholics United for Home Education), Mike Koski (NH Association of School Principals), Stefanie Marsh (NH Homeschooling Coalition), Fred Fraser (NH Department of Education, higher education), Ellie Riel (NH Department of Education), Read More

Early 2020 Legislation

The 2020 legislative session opens on January 8th when the NH Senate and House of Representatives have their first sessions. They will vote on bills retained from 2019; see below for the list of bills we are following. Look for committee work to begin the second full week of January. OVERVIEW Bills retained from the Read More

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