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How to encourage STEM learning at home

You don’t need to be an expert, or spend a lot of money, to support your child’s education

Looking back, looking ahead at STEM education

STEM education in NH schools has come a long way in 5 years

STEM vs. STEAM

While it may be unclear which acronym you should use, what is clear is the link between art and science

Next generation education in the Granite State

What’s the big deal about STEM and how is it changing NH schools?
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February 2019

Private Schools

St. Francis of Assisi School named to the Catholic Education Honor Roll

St. Francis of Assisi School is one of just 44 schools on the current list and it is the first New Hampshire Diocesan school to have received this recognition.

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.
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More >> Education News

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
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February 2019

Preschools and Kindergarten News

Prepping for preschool

Beyond the ABC’s and 123s — the skills parents should expect their child to learn
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Democracy Deconstructed

Family FavoritesDemocracy Deconstructed is a special, four-part series that takes a closer look at how our democracy functions in New Hampshire and beyond.

Topics include civics education and how it is being taught in New Hampshire, teaching tolerance to children of all ages, participating locally in the democratic process and the role of media in keeping government accountable – all with a focus on educating our kids to be better and engaged citizens.

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