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Portsmouth schools settle lawsuit lodged by former teacher

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A former Portsmouth teacher who was charged in 2011 with leaving animal parts at the home of his ex-wife has reached a settlement agreement with the school district after seeking re-instatement to...

Report offers Derry 5 choices for grades pre-K to 8

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A report presented Monday night during a public forum by the Derry Cooperative School District offers some possible alternatives for addressing the district's educational space needs.

Plaistow school board sets deadline for ending meetings

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For the past several months, many Timberlane Regional School Board meetings have dragged on for up to four hours or more.

Keene State to lead national initiative on economic inequality

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Keene State College and Mt. Wachusett Community College in Gardiner, Mass., are partnering with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, on a national initiative around the issue...

Manchester school exec contract squeaks by

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The Manchester Board of School Committee narrowly approved extending the employment contract of Assistant Superintendent David Ryan and formally dropped his residency requirement.

Manchester schools cut classes short for Wednesday due to weather

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Citing predictions of heavy snow, city school officials on Tuesday said schools will be in session for a half day on Wednesday.

Kent Devereaux is the new president of the New Hampshire Institute of Art.

New NHIA president painting a picture of expansion

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The man who runs the music department at a small Seattle arts college will take over the New Hampshire Institute of Art, the downtown college that recently spurned a merger offer with the much bigger...

Manchester school board OK's contract for driver’s ed program

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After a heated debate, the school board on Monday voted to approve a five-year contract for a private driving school to take over the district’s driver education program.

Enrollments declining in Hudson, but school budget increases still expected

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Rising healthcare and technology costs combined with reductions in federal funding will likely bring increases to next year’s Hudson school budget, officials said last week.

Andy McDonnell, an alumni of Plymouth State University and the Phi Beta Upsilon fraternity, works with Rev. Preston Fuller of the Tilton-Northfield United Methodist Church, who checks off a donations list on his clipboard.

Plymouth State students, alumni provide Thanksgiving meals

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Thanksgiving meals came early to hundreds of low-income and elderly residents of the Greater Plymouth area, as Plymouth State University students and alumni of one of the school's fraternities took...

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Former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card to be president of Franklin Pierce College

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Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card Jr. will take over as president of Franklin Pierce University, according to several people with knowledge of the deal.

Teacher 'thrilled' at being reinstated

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A special education teacher who was placed on leave after being listed as a defendant in a civil lawsuit alleging students were abused in her classroom at her former school has been reinstated by the...

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Scholar of the Month: Plymouth junior operates on 'full-sprint theory'

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Stephen J. Buttolph, October's Francis Wayland Parker Scholar, has his life's plans pretty well set. Yet he's spent a lot of time thinking of how his school addresses the needs of its students.

Pelham teacher Holly Doe was part of a National Geographic teaching fellowship to the Arctic over the summer.

Local teacher makes trip to arctic

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Holly Doe was expecting to see polar bears, walruses and seals when she went to the Arctic Svalbard on a National Geographic teaching fellowship over the summer. While she did see all that wildlife,...

Dick Baldwin, who created Educational Passages, gave a presentation at Tri-City Christian Academy Friday afternoon. Students will launch “Godspeed” within a couple of weeks and track its journey.

Students prepare to set sail at Tri-City Christian Academy

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Students at Tri City Christian Academy will track a tiny boat launched through Educational Passages that will make its way across the Atlantic.

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

0 Ex-Timberlane teacher, coach convicted for child porn out of prison early

0 Trial date set for former UNH hockey coach accused of assaulting player

0 Boys & Girls Club plans to merge into Concord clubs

0 Dartmouth medical school student dies in Hanover

0 North Country nursing program to begin accepting students again

0 16 high schools to compete in 31st 'Granite State Challenge'

0 Keene State College leading interstate effort to graduate more socialists

0 Can Confucius Institute lecturers speak their mind at UNH?

0 Fess up: Confessions raises money to help UNH crime victim

0 'Verbal slugfest' breaks out over Newport school

0 Trial postponed in case against former Crotched Mountain employee charged with squeezing unruly child's nose

0 UNH senior excited by early success from custom pearl start-up

0 Salem High to withdraw from federal lunch program

0 Dartmouth football uniforms through the decades (Video, Graphics)

0 Alton settles suit over school fire sprinklers

0 Student athlete from NH stuck on bus in NY storm for 30 hours

0 Assistant principal still on job after assault arrest concerns parents

0 UNH research: Part-time jobs put millions in poverty or close to it

0 Dartmouth: Image-recognition software greatly improves web searches

0 Keene State College interns helping hospitals, restaurants serve healthier food

0 Trial set for Portsmouth High School over worker's sex assault of student

0 Laconia school's plan to give drama space to jocks put on hold

0 Hampton school official Vic Sokul charged with assault

0 Dartmouth Student Assembly sanctioned for spending student activity fees on themselves

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