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Onward and upward: adult learning and workforce development

There are a number of adult learning options throughout the state that can train workers in these highly sought-after skills, leading to new, good-paying jobs

Top Teachers 2018

We selected five Granite State educators to feature in ParentingNH’s second-annual Top Teacher issue.

Under review

A look at the incident report review process and potential alternatives to restraints and seclusion

More reports, fewer investigations

A look at what has transpired since state law changed to limit the use of restraints and seclusions

Secrets from the school bus

A local bus driver tells all (maybe more than you want to know)

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center hosts live Q&A with the International Space Station

On August 9, the Discovery Center will host a live In-flight Education Downlink with astronaut Ricky Arnold on the International Space Station.

Transitions in early education

Good early childhood educators understand the toddler and pre-school transition process, as they see it every day and are trained on how to make transitions easier.

Fairy tales, faraway lands and real-life adventure

This summer’s reading picks for elementary and YA readers

So your kid wants to be a singer

Not every child is the next Mariah Carey, but professional voice instruction teaches discipline and more

What you need to know about NH’s school choice bill

How will it be paid for, why do we need it and is it legal?

Prepare for rewarding careers through continuing ed and workforce development programs

Granite State employers are eager to fill good-paying jobs. They just need to find skilled candidates.

Science and art meet in New Hampshire’s makerspaces

Makerspaces allow families to build, invent and create

Next generation education in the Granite State

What’s the big deal about STEM and how is it changing NH schools?

Top Teachers 2017

These elite eight teachers have captured the heart of and inspired many colleagues, parents and students.

No news is bad news

How the media plays a key role in maintaining democracy
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