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We want to hear from you about the dedicated and talented educators who not only are excited about teaching but also get students excited about learning in the Granite State. Please consider nominating a special teacher to be recognized in ParentingNH's second annual Top Teacher issue in December 2018.

Nomination deadline: October 31.

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October 2018

Private Schools

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.

Do your homework when picking the right school for your children

Putting together a list of your values and touring schools with a prepared list of questions is a great place to start.
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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.
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Next generation education in the Granite State

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

Moving away from the traditional classroom

STEM and STEAM keep middle and high-schoolers engaged in the classroom
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October 2018

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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More >> Special Series: Democracy Deconstructed

What you need to know about voting in NH

Information on voting in the Granite State, including what kind of identification you need to bring with you to the polls

No news is bad news

How the media plays a key role in maintaining democracy

Raising civic-minded and engaged youth

How local schools and families are raising children to be civic-minded and knowledgeable about the world around them
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