MANCHESTER — More than 500 people took part in a virtual town hall hosted by the Manchester school district Monday night, where administrators answered questions about reopening of city schools this fall.
CHICAGO - Teachers and support staff at more than 35 school districts across the United States on Monday are protesting the re-opening of schools while COVID-19 is surging in many parts of the country.
A judge has thrown out a felony riot charge against a 15-year-old black high school student who punched another student in response to a racial slur, the student’s public defender told the New Hampshire Union Leader last week.
State education advocates criticized the governor’s announcement last week that he would direct a small portion of CARES Act money to private-school scholarships, saying public schools are still short of the funds they need to reopen safely in the fall.
Bishop Guertin High School says parents from all over the region have been inquiring about transferring their children to the private Catholic school in Nashua, where students and teachers will be meeting in person this fall.
As the middle of July approached, Callie Rice was itching to head southwest from her Boise, Idaho home to Los Angeles where she was set to begin freshman year at Occidental College on Aug. 24. She already had the sweatshirt and was looking forward to trying out for the diving team, joining a…
The Derry Cooperative School Board voted 5-2 to approve a plan for reopening school facilities and phasing in classroom instruction in the fall, following a marathon six-hour meeting Tuesday night at the Gilbert H. Hood Middle School gymnasium.
Gov. Chris Sununu announced Tuesday he would direct $1.5 million in federal money that came to New Hampshire as part of the CARES Act federal relief package to organizations that give scholarships to private elementary, middle and high schools.
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan hosted a virtual roundtable discussion this week with New Hampshire school leaders on the challenges they are seeing when it comes to reopening schools this fall. While the participants represented a wide range of school districts from across the Granite State, all sh…
CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu flexed his political muscle in vetoing three Democratic bills that would raise the state’s minimum wage, expand renewable energy subsidies and block a Sununu-backed, alternative learning program for public schools.
Here’s some good news for those hoping high school sports in New Hampshire will be played this fall: The state plans to move forward with all high school sports and have sport-specific safety guidelines in place.
CONCORD — Democratic candidate for governor Dan Feltes said his plan to reopen public schools would earmark an additional $100 million in federal grants and set hard benchmarks for all schools statewide to return to remote learning.
The Manchester School Charter Commission will ask the Attorney General’s Office to reconsider the commission’s proposed charter amendments after the state said it couldn’t review those amendments due to questions over two conflicting state laws.