NH Department of Education

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

by Skip June 12, 2018

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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Red Alert! Commissioner Virginia Barry of theNH Dept. of Education makes a proclamation: WE own YOUR children

by Skip February 21, 2015

Read this carefully – Commissioner Virginia Barry (Ph.D. dontcha know) has just made it very clear – NH State Government has just stripped your “ownership” and responsibility of your own children from you.  And I thought my comparison was a bit over the top last night – this makes it clear that our NH Government has […]

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This HAD to have given William Tucker a heart attack: New Orleans now only has charter schools

by Skip June 1, 2014

That’s right – recently appointed to the NH Board of Education,  William Tucker is one of those that seemingly believes that only Government schools manned by union teachers should be the ONLY form of education for our children.  After all, we’ve seen such stunning scholastic successes with this 140 year way of doing business – […]

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Press Release: “The NH Department of Education Overreach in Common Core”

by Skip February 2, 2014

  Press Conference “The NH Department of Education Overreach in Common Core”  When: Thursday, February 6, 2014 10:00 am – 10:20 am Where: Legislative Office Building, 33 N. State Street, Concord First floor lobby. Bring your friends! Who: Rep. Jane Cormier; Doris Hohensee, NH Families For Education; and Michelle Levell, NH Liberty Alliance Speakers will […]

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Money Not So Well Spent – 71% of NH Schools Fail to Meet Adequate Yearly Progress

by Steve MacDonald April 3, 2012

Hat tip to NH Watchdog first and foremost, for reporting this story. (CONCORD) 71% of New Hampshire schools failed to meet improvement benchmarks in the latest annual progress reports released today by the New Hampshire Department of Education. Over 66% of New Hampshire school districts failed to make the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) is either […]

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