MANCHESTER — The state’s Public Employee Labor Relations Board (PELRB) has rejected a request from the Manchester teachers union for a cease-and-desist order against the city school district, after dozens of requests from teachers to take Friday off to attend religious services were denied b…
MANCHESTER — The New Hampshire Institute of Art has decided it will not hang a student’s painting at an upcoming exhibition after a large portion of the student body condemned the work as racist and pledged not to display their own art alongside it.
The school superintendent says she’s investigating Monday’s incident in which an Epping High School freshman claims she was told she couldn’t wear her “Make America Great Again” Trump T-shirt at school.
School officials say a mediation session between the district’s negotiations team and representatives of the Manchester Education Association (MEA) held Tuesday “did not yield the results we had hoped for,” and are disputing claims by union leadership the district is refusing to sit down with them for a second time this week.
At the start of the school year, Ernest P. Barka Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Emily Burns knocked on her principal’s door with an idea. That idea, called Genius Hour, was to set aside one hour each Friday for her students to work on special individualized projects of their choosing.
MANCHESTER — Fifteen people — the vast majority of whom were there to support fully funding city schools — offered testimony during a public hearing on Mayor Joyce Craig’s proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget Tuesday night at City Hall.
MANCHESTER — City school board members reviewed details of a transition plan Monday night, designed to ensure “leadership, consistency and stability” for students until a new superintendent of schools is hired.
Can you name the Hall of Fame Boston Red Sox catcher nicknamed Pudge who graduated from New Hampshire’s Charlestown High School? That question stumped both Manchester Central and Souhegan High School in the second Granite State Challenge quarterfinal game.
Thomas Obrey describes his life at 13 as “a collision course with trouble.” He was living in an apartment with older brothers and sisters, drinking, stealing, and doing drugs. He estimates that he was arrested a half-dozen times.