Tag: Public Schools

HB 533 Will Downshift Costs to Local School Districts

The New Hampshire House will vote on many critical issues this coming Wednesday, January 8th, when they open the 2014 legislative session. A noteworthy bill is HB 533, a bill that would increase the high-school graduation requirement from three math courses to four. Although fundamental knowledge and skills in mathematics are essential, and many college Read More

Educational Options Scholarship Opportunity

Now that it’s the new year, the Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO) can begin taking scholarship applications for the 2014-2015 school year! Scholarships are awarded to students based on highest financial need, funds raised, and the metrics in the Education Tax Credit law. Needy families can receive an average of $2500 for tuition at a private school or Read More

NH School District Seeks to Expand Kindergarten for Common Core Standards

The Merrimack Valley School District has announced plans to extend kindergarten from half-day to full-day, with no option for parents, as of the 2014-2015 school year. They are justifying it by claiming it will meet Common Core standards. Dates for upcoming info sessions in the Merrimack Valley School District. Call the principal of the school Read More

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