Student representatives from schools across the state will be challenged to complete advanced coding missions involving virtual, 3-D animated robots, including one Manchester school, Founders Academy charter school. READ MORE
The Guard’s Counter Drug Task Force and Student Wellness agree to work collaboratively to coach, facilitate, train, and support processes that are known to have the greatest impact on a community’s ability to address substance misuse concerns leveraging military-specific knowledge, and skills. READ MORE
The New Hampshire Department of Education this week unveiled a new data reporting system – iPlatform for Education – in an effort to present student, school, district, and state data in a more easily accessible and dynamic way. READ MORE
SAT scores for New Hampshire high school students continue to improve from prior years, according to the latest preliminary information released by CollegeBoard, the organization that administers the test and compiles the annual tabulation of data.
The NH DOE and Intelitek have been excited to collaborate to create this competition and in doing so, gave rise to an international phenomenon that has resulted in more than 50,000 students all over the world participating in similar events. READ MORE
Keith Noyes, a fifth-grade teacher at Belmont Middle School (BMS) in Belmont, is the 2019 New Hampshire Teacher of the Year. In receiving this award, he becomes New Hampshire’s candidate for National Teacher of the Year. Noyes is entering his 19th year of teaching and his sixth year at BMS. READ MORE
The Work-Based Learning Awards capped off the second phase of a National Governors Association Center for Best Practices initiative to scale and market work-based learning opportunities to the general public in six states, including New Hampshire.
The Office of Apprenticeship at the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration announced last week that the 500th student in New Hampshire had completed a registered apprenticeship. READ MORE