action:section | category:news04 | adString:news04 | zoneID:77

Home » News » Education

Latest Education

DAVID SEASTRAND

Former New London police chief settles with female accuser

READER COMMENTS: 0

Former police chief David Seastrand and the town have settled out of court, agreeing to a $70,000 payment to a former Colby-Sawyer College student who claimed Seastrand offered to drop charges...

Board of Ed finds in favor of Goffstown; Dunbarton plans Supreme Court appeal

READER COMMENTS: 0

The state Board of Education has found in favor of the Goffstown School District in a dispute with the Dunbarton School District, meaning Dunbarton may have to pay Goffstown over $530,000 following...

St. A's board of trustees responds to criticism of graduation change

READER COMMENTS: 1

The board of trustees at St. Anselm College has responded to frustration among the college community over the moving of the 2015 graduation, saying the reason for the change “is indicative of...

Britt Johnston, chief technology officer of Microsoft's SMSG Incubation Group, shows students how to navigate the cloud during an all-day conference on computers at the Academy for Science and Design in Nashua.

Tech conference sparks ideas and imagination

READER COMMENTS: 0

The Academy for Science and Design holds a conference on computer science that highlights tech opportunities and careers.

Nashua assessment tests miss the mark

READER COMMENTS: 0

Ed testing company forgets to tell the Nashua school district it changed the tables that measure students' skills and grade level.

Innovations abound at UNH event

READER COMMENTS: 0

The statewide 2014 Social Venture Innovation Challenge culminated at the University of New Hampshire on Monday evening.

The date of St. Anselm College's May 2015 graduation was changed in part to allow President Dr. Steven DiSalvo to attend his son's graduation in New York City, a fact that has upset some students and their families.

St. Anselm in a stir over graduation date change

READER COMMENTS: 13

The date of St. Anselm College's May 2015 graduation was changed in part to allow President Dr. Steven DiSalvo to attend his son's graduation in New York City, a fact that has upset some students and...

Nashua schools struggle to find more time for middle-school math

READER COMMENTS: 0

School officials and teachers agree more time for math is a good idea, but no one knows where to find that extra 13 minutes a day.

Officials proposing cutting Derry school budget by $1.4 million

READER COMMENTS: 0

Proposing approximately $1.4 million in cuts, the school board and the fiscal advisory committee have finalized the proposed 2015-16 budget.

A chemical spill at Nashua North High School sent six people to the hospital Monday. The spill is under investigation.

Chemical spill at Nashua North sends 6 to hospital

READER COMMENTS: 0

Six people were transported to the hospital on Monday after a chemical spill at Nashua High School North. The spill is currently under investigation as suspicious in nature.

Keene State College assistant professor of biology Jason Pellettieri in his biology lab Friday, where the study of freshwater flatworms known as planarians could lead to discoveries in the treatment of melanoma.

Keene State College gets funding to further biology research

READER COMMENTS: 0

An interesting find by a group of non-science majors in an introductory biology class at Keene State College has led the college's biology department tackle research that could lead to advancements...

Former Gov. Lynch chosen for PSU Robert Frost award

READER COMMENTS: 0

Former Gov. John Lynch is about to join a relatively short list of New Hampshire icons, like Sherman Adams and Norris Cotton, in winning the 22nd Plymouth State University The Robert Frost...

Derry School officals hope to finalize proposed budget at meeting tonight

READER COMMENTS: 0

Fiscal advisory committee members are hoping to finalize details of the proposed 2015-16 budget at a meeting Monday night, Superintendent of Schools Laura Nelson said Thursday.

Hit-and-run driver knocks out power to more than 30 homes in Plaistow

READER COMMENTS: 0

More than 30 houses in the Old County Road area lost power early Sunday morning after a driver crashed a truck into a utility pole and then fled the scene late Saturday night.

Newtown, Conn., marks second anniversary of school massacre

READER COMMENTS: 0

Residents of Newtown, Conn. gathered at a somber prayer service on Sunday to remember the 20 young children and six educators killed by a gunman two years ago in one of the deadliest school shootings...

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Nashua cheerleaders invited to participate in Disney parade

0 Windham school officials want taxpayers to hire full-time police officer for middle school

0 Kearsarge Regional Elementary School students propose mastodon as official N.H. fossil

0 Former Clarke University bookstore director pleads guilty to theft

0 Former New Hampshire goalie DeSmith tells his side of arrest, dismissal from team

0 Epsom schools halt spending on books, computers, supplies as special ed cost spikes $339K

0 The Atlantic profiles infamous '87 UNH rape in report on sexual assault on campus

0 Gamma-ray bursts 'common in storms' says UNH professor

0 Unity board pursues suit against architect

0 Tuck School prof. releases his best and worst CEOs of 2014

0 Norovirus likely behind Hampstead sickness

0 Dartmouth accepts 483 early decision students

0 Fosters: What are the numbers telling us of need for new schools?

0 Ex-UNH student faces sentencing in sex assault

0 UNH law students help artist win 'eat more kale' trademark

0 Oyster River may cut jobs as enrollment declines

0 Hill School Board picks Newfound as new home for grade 6-12 students after Newfound sweetens deal

0 Gittell: Faculty cuts at NHTI due to slumping tuition revenue

1 Dartmouth: Poor kids eat more fruits and vegetables in school than at home

0 NH college president apologizes for 'minimizing the anti-blackness' in Ferguson statement

0 UNH professor catches construction workers dumping in Pette Brook

0 Residents ask Dover board members to resign amid accusation of bullying fellow member

0 Fewer obese kids in Monadnock Region, Cheshire County thinnest in state

0 History of artificial intelligence begins in New Hampshire

0 Windham music teacher among 10 finalists for Grammy

Sorry, no question available

 New Hampshire Events Calendar
    

   » SHARE EVENTS FOR PUBLICATION, IT'S FREE!

Upcoming Events

 New Hampshire Business Directory

  

   » ADD YOUR BUSINESS TODAY!