Tag: Event

Croydon vs NH DOE — Part 2

The battle for school choice continues with the Croydon School Board vs the NH Department of Education!    What:  Superior Court hearing of the Croydon School Board vs the NH Department of Education When:  Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at 1:00pm Where:  Sullivan County Superior Courthouse, 22 Main Street, Newport, NH 03773 Join us when Croydon’s Read More

Injunction Hearing for Croydon vs the NH DOE

Monday, November 30th was the injunction hearing for Croydon versus the NH Department of Education in the Strafford Superior Court in Dover. We live-blogged the hearing on Facebook.  The post include real-time comments as well as questions and remarks from followers after the hearing concluded. Some of the most shocking statements of the day came Read More

Movie Screening for “Heal Our Schools”

Don’t miss this opportunity to catch “Heal Our Schools” on July 30th starting at 7:00pm at the Women’s City Club, 375 Middle Street in Portsmouth, NH. Tickets are $10 each and may be purchased in advanced or at the door. This new documentary is from teachers’ point-of-view. It is critical of politicians and private corporations Read More

Press Conference on HB 323, the NCLB Waiver Bill

Earlier today we co-hosted a press conference at the Legislative Office Building lobby with NH Families for Education. The video is posted here, and below are my remarks. Call every senator and tell them only the Hoell/Avard amendment is acceptable, otherwise HB 323 must be killed. The Senate Education Committee passed (yet another variation of) Read More

Save Our Kids Press Conference — April 28, 2015 at 8:30am

Please join us for a press conference on Tuesday, April 28 at 8:30am in the lobby of the Legislative Office Building (LOB) at 33 N. State Street in Concord. The Senate Education Committee will vote on HB 323 shortly after the press conference. Unless amended, this bill would give the state DOE far-reaching authority to Read More

Movie Screening about Educational Options

We are delighted to announce that School Choice for New Hampshire and Citrus Groups Homeschool Network are hosting a FREE screening of the new educational documentary, Class Dismissed. It is about alternatives to the traditional classroom learning environment. The movie will be shown on Friday, January 23rd from 1:00 to 3:00pm at the Nackey Loeb Read More

Homeschool Event Hosted by the Boy Scouts of America

COME JOIN US AT OUR ONE DAY EXCLUSIVE EVENT FOR HOME SCHOOL FAMILIES Thursday November 13th at Camp Carpenter Event will be held from 10:00am – 2:00pm Come learn about other participating organizations including but not limited to: Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of America, Exploring, Venturing, Legal Shield, Liberty Harbor, Robotics, Tutors, Healthy Kids Read More

MIT’s Splash 2014 Program

The MIT Educational Studies Program is pleased to announce that registration for Splash 2014 is now open! Sign up for classes including: * Partial Differential Equations * Insects: Classification and Camouflage * The Politics of Skyrim * Disney and Pixar Films Debunked * Anatomy of a Metaphor Splash 2014 has over 600 classes for you Read More

Homeschool Spelling Bee in Windham

Are you interested in participating in an annual spelling bee? Register at the Nesmith Library in Windham, NH, by October 30 to be part of this exciting opportunity for homeschoolers in the Granite State! Registration fee is $10 per family; students in grades 4 – 8 are invited to attend. Please see the official Scripps eligibility requirements at spellingbee.com for any Read More

Supporting Educational Options — a Study Committee Hearing for HB 435

Bringing a chartered public school to fruition is not an easy endeavor. There are many challenges and the process can be daunting. Funding and political agendas are just a couple of the hurdles that must be cleared to bring charter schools to life. Many legislators do their best to support these educational options, but they Read More

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