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Gov. Maggie Hassan and her Republican challenger, Walt Havenstein, debated Friday at a meeting of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce at Derryfield Country Club.

Hassan, Havenstein spar over education

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Hassan and Havenstein disagree over best approach to take to spur economic growth and keep young people in the state.

Grant to help child abuse victims find their voice

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One nonprofit organization in Nashua is providing financial assistance to another nonprofit group aiming to decrease child abuse.

Windham charter school group gaining an ally

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After many months of debate, the Educational Choices Foundation (ECF), the nonprofit group hoping to build a public charter school in Windham, has reached an agreement with the local school district.

Gov. Hassan, Havenstein spar over higher education during Manchester Chamber debate

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Walt Havenstein says a lack of jobs has young people leaving state, while Gov. Maggie Hassan says she increased state aid to higher education to keep such students home during Thursday morning debate.

Committee rejects call for additional money to help charter schools

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The House Finance Committee decided Wednesday not to recommend legislation next year that would increase charter school funding.

Timberlane schools want to be better communicators

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The Timberlane Regional School Board and the administration are stepping up their efforts to reach out to the community.

Shea-Porter to speak at diversity seminar

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U.S. Rep. Carol Shea Porter, D-NH, is one of the speakers at the National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council's 8th annual conference and dinner for business and education.

Practicing “Stay low and go”, Ben Edwards and Tyler Mackey crawl through a smoky bedroom and start to climb out the window in the “Fire Safety Home” during New Boston's Fire Prevention Week.

New Boston firefighters share safety tips with school

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The New Boston Fire Department rolled into the Central School this past week with their “Fire Safety Home” to provide a more realistic fire prevention program and escape route practice...

Students asked to address cyberbullying in 2014 Constitution Day Essay Contest

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The New Hampshire Supreme Court and 8 newspapers invite students to enter the 2014 Constitution Day Essay Contest and discuss a topic that tests the potential limits of our right to free speech:...

Classroom uses for the newspaper

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Try these techniques in using a daily newspaper in the classroom.

Breakfast Serial Teacher's Guide for "Keep your Eye on Amanda"

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Philip and Amanda, twin raccoons, live in Boulder, Colorado. Philip is a worrier and cautious by nature. Amanda is a hip, fast-talking mischief-maker who is constantly getting into trouble. When...

2015 New Hampshire State Spelling Bee

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The New Hampshire Union Leader is pleased to present the preliminary competition for the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.

Smart Market Stock Market Program

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With Fidelity Investments as our partner, we offer students the opportunity to invest an imaginary $100,000 into the stock market.

Vacation donations

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Heading out for vacation? You can donate the value of your newspapers to education while you’re away! Don’t just stop your newspapers when you can help promote literacy and learning...

NIE Lessons to improve writing skills

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Here are several newspaper writing activities, along with the learning standard that each addresses. Encourage students to write regularly in journals.