Teachers needed for online, candid discussion on NH education

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The Granite State News Collaborative and its partners are convening a conversation among teachers on the biggest issues facing New Hampshire education.

As part of a project looking at education and equity in the state, reporters want to better understand what is happening at the classroom level. Teachers and other classroom educators are invited to participate in a private Facebook group to share their perspectives.

The group, called Teachers Off The Record, will offer teachers a chance to share the problems they’ve faced and the solutions they’ve tried. Everything said in the group will be confidential, and reporters will not use any quotes from teachers in stories without explicit permission.

The group will also offer teachers a space to “talk shop” and share resources with each other to tackle challenges they are currently facing.

If you are a classroom educator and are interested in joining the group, fill out this questionnaire. If you have any questions, reach out to Granite State News Collaborative engagement reporter Nour Habib at nour.habib@collaborativenh.org.


These articles are being shared by partners in The Granite State News Collaborative as part of our race and equity project. For more information visit collaborativenh.org


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Granite State News Collaborative

The Granite State News Collaborative is a statewide multimedia news collaborative that draws on and amplifies the strengths of its members to expand and add missing dimensions to coverage of issues of concern to the NH public as a whole, as well as to particular communities. Through coordinated reporting and engagement activities, the Collaborative will pursue inclusive and responsive coverage that builds public trust and holds government accountable to its citizens