Ann Marie Banfield has been researching education reform for over a decade and actively supports parental rights, literacy and academic excellence in k-12 schools. You can contact her at: email@example.com
A third-party firm called “2Revolutions” is now in SAU 16, and someone needs to provide the public with the “cost” to taxpayers. When I filed a Right to Know Request to determine the cost, I was provided a sum of $16,000.00. That figure may have changed since that request was sent.
For a few months, parents have been organizing in Hollis-Brookline because they do not want their kids to be shamed or taught to become racists. The residents recently held a community meeting where this subject was brought forward based on the commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
There is nothing more disturbing than when someone reveals that they’ve been sexually assaulted by a teacher. Someone that parents would like to be able to trust. But that’s what has happened in SAU16 according to documents that I will share in this post.
Recently a student attending the Cooperative Middle School in Exeter (SAU 16) was told that he could not wear the Thin Blue Line Flag in school. But school administrators have allowed students to wear the American flag and the Pride Flag.
I’m writing today to respond to a letter drafted by the State Advisory Committee on the Education of Students with Disabilities re: PRAXIS and other standardized tests relative to teacher certification.
The newly hired principal at Main Street School in Exeter will be carrying a lot of baggage when she starts her new job. Desert Valley Elementary School Principal Tonja Neve, was just hired by Superintendent David Ryan from SAU 16.
Commissioner Edelblut, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for bringing Ian Rowe to the State Board of Education meeting on March 15th. This was a wonderful presentation that I believe highlights the importance of refocusing on literacy in the classroom.
Dear Superintendent Goldhardt, I am following up on my Right to Know Request filed on April 7, 2021. It is now May 16th. On May 3rd [well past the 5 business days allowed by law -Skip] I received a reply from Andrew Tolan reporting: