Education

NH Dept. of Ed to hold info sessions to discuss access to Career and Technical Education programs

The New Hampshire Department of Education has completed a comprehensive review of its Career and Technical Education programs with the goal of making these programs more accessible to students. The report titled “Increasing Equitable Access to Career and Technical Education” provides in-depth research on the Department’s efforts to identify barriers regarding access to career and technical education (CTE), and to determine potential strategies to address these barriers. READ MORE
Education

Free college courses for NH students thanks to new state partnership with Modern States

Modern States’ tuition-free online courses prepare students for CLEP exams, which are offered by the College Board. They are accepted for credit at 2,900 colleges and universities across the country, including the University System of New Hampshire and New Hampshire Community College System. Under New Hampshire’s competency-based system, students who demonstrate proficiency by passing CLEP exams can also receive high school credit. READ MORE