Our top story this morning comes from Manchester where the Department of Public Works announced it will begin testing of the city’s Snow Emergency Alert System tomorrow and the next day, the fifteenth and sixteenth. They...Read More
Today at the NH State Board of Ed meeting, there was an attempt to STOP Commissioner Edelblut from...Read More
What does the NH State Board of Education have against Nurses, Engineers and Scientists? It looks like a lot!
On April 6th, 2017 the New Hampshire State Board of Education voted to prevent the new...Read More
What is everyone afraid of? Better science standards? Commissioner Frank Edelblut came under fire for wanting to improve public education in New Hampshire. You would think that everyone would join him in an effort to...Read More
Education reformers have given us Mastery Learning, Outcome-Based Education, Goals 2000, Careers...Read More
Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas unveiled his budget plan for the city last night and it seems noteworthy that it didn’t stir any major controversies, at least not yet. In a move that’s bound to raise some eyebrows,...Read More
As the State of New Hampshire applies for another waiver to the No Child Left Behind law, I question what we are giving up in terms of local and state control in education. In order to qualify for this waiver, the state of New...Read More