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Tuition to go down 5 percent at community colleges

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CONCORD – Tuition at New Hampshire's seven community colleges will go down by about $30 per three-credit course starting in the fall.

Protesters gather Wednesday morning on the steps of the New Hampshire Supreme Court in anticipation of oral arguments on the constitutionality of a business tax credit that benefits students at religious schools.

UPDATE: Supreme Court hears from both sides on education tax credits

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CONCORD – The gallery at the New Hampshire Supreme Court was standing room only Wednesday morning as justices took up the issue of the constitutionality of a state law that allows business...

Manchester settles with federal civil rights agency over minority students in advanced courses

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The school board has largely welcomed a settlement with a federal civil rights agency aimed at increasing the number of minority students in advanced high school courses, while minority groups...

Parents speak out against Jewett Street School proposal

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Following an outcry from parents, Manchester Superintendent Debra Livingston has signaled she’s willing to reconsider a proposal to convert Jewett Street School into a central preschool...

New program recognizes Colebrook students for volunteering

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Imitation, they say, is the sincerest form of flattery and in an effort to promote life-long voluntarism and community service, Colebrook Academy looked to schools in the Midwest to create its own...

With State Sen. Jeff Woodburn looking on, Senior Associate Justice Gary E. Hicks of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, who is also a member of the Colebrook Academy Class of 1971, addressed students Monday afternoon at his alma mater.

Justice returns to North Country alma mater to speak to students

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Gary E. Hicks, Colebrook Academy Class of 1971, showed that you can, indeed, return home and also to your old school, with the current Senior Associate Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court on...

John Zahr gives a tour of the Dyn headquarters to students from Parkside Middle School in Manchester at the STEAM Ahead NH (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) Academy event on Monday. The academy begins in the fall at Manchester West.

At presentation at Manchester firm Dyn, middle schoolers learn STEAM Ahead could lead to cool career

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STEAM Ahead NH, a pilot program beginning next fall that could earn students a year of college at no expense, was outlined for Parkside Middle School eighth Monday at a presentation inside Dyn, an...

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Belmont students consider dropping 'offensive' mascot

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The Belmont High School student council has asked the public, particularly alumni of the school, to attend its meeting Wednesdayto discuss whether the school should change its team mascot from the...

Wellness project will benefit kids in Berlin-Gorham area

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In a unique, two-year pilot program, 45 families from the Berlin-Gorham area have the opportunity to receive a “prescription” to improve their nutrition, physical health and overall well...

SHEILA ARNOLD

New Belmont principal excited to move to NH

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Sheila Arnold has been admiring New Hampshire from a distance while working in schools in Mashpee, Mass.

Vote: ‘No nit’ policy relaxed for Manchester schools

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The school board on Monday voted 9-5 to back recommendations of the city’s health authorities and relax its “no-nit” policy on head lice.

Top Manchester school officials no longer must live in city

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The Board of School Committee voted Monday to drop the residency requirement for top administrators, despite Mayor Ted Gatsas’ strong support for the policy.

Citizens Bank offers good citizen scholarships

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Citizens Bank opens application period for 10 $5,000 college scholarships for students who are leaders and are active in their communities.

2 finalists for Central High principal to meet public Wednesday

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MANCHESTER - Two candidates from a pool of 33 applicants have been selected as finalists for the principal position at Manchester High School Central. The public can meet them Wednesday evening.

Nashua board to hear about new writing course

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A new freshman writing course designed to improve Nashua's dismal scores on NECAP writing tests will be be demonstrated to the Board of Education Monday night.

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

0 Missing UNH grad on church mission to Nicaragua found dead

0 Man held on $5k cash bail accused of driving drunk through school zone at 72 mph with pot in car

0 Virtual victim used to entrap pedophiles online

0 Dartmouth's full professor gender pay gap remains Ivy League’s largest

0 Groups weigh in on NH education tax credit challenge

0 Newmarket school officials retaliate against coaches: 'We were let go for opposing new school'

0 Oyster River officials tell parents student can't opt out of standardized tests

0 Public school art teacher has students build Noah's ark out of trash

0 Dartmouth alumnus accused of assaulting schools head of security over asphalt beef

0 Tufts students take to NH paintball range in the interest of peace

0 Hollis-Brookline head football coach resigns unexpectedly

0 NH doctor named CEO of Piper Charitable Trust

0 Small U.S. colleges battle death spiral as enrollment drops

0 Dartmouth battles online ads claiming campus 'rape problem'

0 NYT: At Phillips Exeter, a world of religious diversity

0 Transgender care but no dental care at UNH

0 Feds fault Manchester schools for insufficient number of black and hispanic kids in advanced placement classes

0 NH brothers opening up the worlds with portable planetarium

0 Lebanon teachers union bosses overrule rank-and-file vote to help boy, 8, with tuition

0 UNH department fee calculations outdated and complex

0 NH high school production of Sweeney Todd will go on as scheduled

0 Colo. teacher who's resignation citing Common Core went viral moving to NH

0 Dartmouth gender gap? 82.5% of progressive school's commencement speakers male

0 Police arrest suspect in tattooing of high school students

0 Judge won't dismiss lead paint lawsuit against Laconia brought by parents


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