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New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut

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Why aren’t Parents Included in the Meeting?

Chairman Kahn, I write to you today with extreme concern for many of the students in New Hampshire.  As a parental rights advocate, the number of students suffering from the lack of in-school learning should have us all concerned.

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VIDEO: Remote Learning Conversation with Commissioner Edelblut

Last night Americans for Prosperity New Hampshire hosted a discussion with Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut and SBOE Chair Drew Cline. The conversation focused on Remote Learning in New Hampshire because of COVID, state policy changes that needed to be made to make it possible, why NH was able to leap into Remote Learning …

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Answering your questions about Remote Instruction

This week has been an incredible challenge for New Hampshire families and educators. With Gov. Sununu’s order to shift all public schools to remote instruction, our school administrators, faculty, and staff and the families they support have had to craft new ways to teach New Hampshire students who aren’t in the building. Some schools were …

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ACTION ALERT: Public Charter School Grant Heads to Senate

UPDATE: The hearing today at 1pm has been moved to Representative’s Hall in the State House! The Fiscal Committee has killed the Public Charter School Grant (of $46 million) four separate times, including today. Rep. Ken Weyler announced today’s vote was 7 Democrats to table, 3 republicans no. Senator D’Allesandro and Chairman Wallner took great …

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What is Local Control?

Time and time again when legislation comes up we hear the “local control” argument. More often than not, it’s when the state or federal government propose legislation that infringes on freedom and limits opportunity. Sometimes, it happens when the state or federal government proposes legislation that increases liberty and freedom, and expands opportunity. In case …

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Comrade Volinsky Shoots at Edelblut

Comrade Volinsky Shoots at Edelblut to One-Up Feltes

Children be damned, Volinsky wants Edelblut’s scalp. Why? Because he did his job. Also, because Feltes got the first shot in by making the motion to reject the $46 million education grant. So, now Comrade Volinsky shoots at Edelblut to one-up Feltes. Related: Why NH Democrats Didn’t Jump at 46 Million in Federal Grant Money …

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Op-ed: “We’re not giving up on charter schools”

On Friday, hundreds of public charter school students who traveled to Concord learned a harsh lesson about the legislative process. They learned that sometimes partisan politics gets in the way of bipartisan problem solving. They came to the Legislative Fiscal Committee asking lawmakers to accept the first round of a $46 million federal grant to …

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