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
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.
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
The NH House and Senate are on summer break and a veto override session will be scheduled at the Speaker of the House’s discretion; stay tuned through the summer to catch when it is announced. Thankfully, no final amendments to late bills include provisions that threaten the Education Tax Credit scholarship program. Other bills are
The legislative session is nearly done. Over the next few weeks, the House and Senate must finalize any remaining bills, and reconcile those that were amended by the second chamber. Several bills will have critical votes in the House and Senate. Additional bills will advance to the Governor’s desk in the coming few weeks. Read