HOOKSETT — In a move that’s sure to turn heads in the world of higher education, Southern New Hampshire University has announced that it hired longtime MIT vice president Kirk Kolenbrander to be the executive vice president for the College of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics (CETA).
BRENTWOOD — The New Castle School District’s insurer has taken legal action against a Hudson fire protection company alleging that it was responsible for a sprinkler burst that caused $23,900 in damage to the Maude Trefethen School.
CONCORD — School nurses do a lot more than dispense medication and take temperatures these days, which is why the state Legislature four years ago passed a bill raising their education requirement from a two-year to a four-year degree.
More than 200 students from grades 7 through 12 from schools across the state were awarded Gold Keys at a ceremony Sunday for their original artwork, enabling them to compete in a national competition in New York.
DOVER – School officials are helping students and families cope after a second teen's death within a week.On Thursday morning, 14-year-old Brian Schultz was found unresponsive at his home on Cottonwood Drive. Police were called to the residence at 6:07 a.m.Lt. Brant Dolleman said drugs and a…
DOVER — As leaders from the NAACP continue to push for the firing of a Dover High School teacher who allowed students to sing a racially insensitive song about the Ku Klux Klan prior to Christmas break, school officials say they are already taking steps to train all educators in the district…
CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu and inventor Dean Kamen will travel together on Wednesday to the United Arab Emirates for a global announcement regarding the FIRST robotics competition, representing FIRSTGlobal and the State of New Hampshire.
Several months after the high school’s Dean of Student Services was placed on administrative leave, school officials have now adopted a new policy for employees who are asked to testify or appear in court as a representative of the district.
MANCHESTER — Fired Webster School principal Sarah Lynch walked out of a Manchester courtroom Monday after a judge rejected arguments from a prosecutor that she should be kept in jail because she may harm herself.
Lawyers for the Timberlane Regional School Board have asked a judge to dismiss a complaint filed by two former board members who argue the district’s proposed default budget for the next school year wasn’t prepared properly.
NASHUA — Stressing the need for more money and more resources, 25 new school staffing positions are being requested by the superintendent in his upcoming budget proposal — a recommendation that he says is necessary to address the needs of the entire student population.
NASHUA — Nashua schools need more psychologists, behaviorists, social workers, guidance counselors and more, according to the president of the Nashua Teachers’ Union, who is pleading with school officials to hire more help.
MANCHESTER — School board members voted late Monday night to approve a final version of a Request for Proposals (RFP) from firms interested in heading up the search for a new superintendent of schools.
Students with disabilities and minority students are more likely than other pupils to face educationally disruptive, out-of-school suspensions, according to findings issued Monday by social service organizations and civil rights groups.