Frank Edelblut

Kids Learning Reading Learn Everywhere

Kids Already Learn Everywhere, So Let’s Give Them Credit

By Colleen Hroncich, As any parent will tell you, learning doesn’t end when the school day ends. Not all kids thrive in a conventional classroom—some earn their marks after the dismissal bell through service, sports, nature, or the arts. Why shouldn’t their learning count for graduation credits? That’s the game-changing proposal that New Hampshire Governor …

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Signum University

NHDOE: Online Sci-Fi, Fantasy Literature University Sets Up Shop In NH

New Hampshire Department of Education: Signum University is the first university to receive approval to do business in the state during the last six years. CONCORD, NH – Signum University, an online-only, nonprofit university focused on fantasy and sci-fi literature, has received approval from the Higher Education Commission to offer classes in the state of …

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School District Governance of NH – “Preparing for the Future of Schooling”

Preparing for the Future of Schooling In this seminar, we will discuss the future of schools – what school board members need to know about the changes (technological, demographic, economic, and political) that they will be facing, and ways to view potential problems as opportunities. Join us to hear the visions of our two speakers, …

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“Do we have the education leadership we need in NH?” Yes! Yes, We Do!

by Jon DiPietro In an August 12 opinion piece on SeacostOnline, Bill Duncan retread some heavily worn ground in the latest sequel to Swamp Things: The Educreaucity Fights Back. Current DoE Commissioner Frank Edelblut has been in the crosshairs of the education bureaucrats (to whom I refer as “educrats”) since day one because he dares …

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GrokTV! – Rochester 912 meeting: Frank Edelblut, NH Commissioner of the Dept of Education

Frank Edelblut, Commissioner for the NH Department of Education spoke at the June meeting for the Rochester 912 group talking about what he has encountered during his time in that spot. I will have to admit, he was adroit in covering a whole range of issues that his department is covering. All without notes. And …

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Too Bad Frank Edelblut Won’t Run For Governor This Year…

Originally posted May 11th, 2018 In 2016 Mr. Sununu barely survived a primary win against Frank Edelblut. Gov. Sununu offered a job as the state commissioner of Education to Frank, and he may be the best one we’ve had in decades. So we can give Chris credit for listening when someone tells him what might be a smart move …

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Too Bad Frank Edelblut Won’t Run For Governor This Year

In 2016 Mr. Sununu barely survived a primary win against Frank Edelblut. Gov. Sununu offered a job as the state commissioner of Education to Frank, and he may be the best one we’ve had in decades. So we can give Chris credit for listening when someone tells him what might be a smart move for him politically. That’s important …

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Addiction in New Hampshire

We continue with Frank Edelblut, candidate for Governor, on the “opioid crisis,” solutions without more bureaucracy, and New Hampshire’s other addiction problem…Federal money.  

June 18th, 2016 Podcast

This week our guests are Frank Edelblut (Candidate for NH Governor). David McIntosh from Club for Growth gives us an ExIm Bank update–remember that? Dustin Siggins tells us about a pro-life women’s health clinic called Stanton Healthcare with plans to go toe-to-toe with Planned Parenthood. And Max Abramson updates us on this weeks NH House …

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