MESSAGE FROM THE COMMISSIONER As you take time to rest over the holidays, let us take the time to reflect on all the things we are thankful for. It is comforting to know there are so many dedicated educators helping New Hampshire’s students to be successful. All of the achievements this year would not have
NEA-NH’s Public Education & School Support (PESS) Happenings by Dr. Irv Richardson and Ally Snyder Summer Leadership Week NEA-NH hosted an excellent week of trainings, August 1-5, 2016, offering 29 classes to 119 members – some of whom attended workshops during each day of the leadership week. Many of the classes were presented by our
We all hope for a well-deserved retirement with financial security. NEA-NH and NEA Member Benefits are pleased to present seminars to help you plan and prepare. A well-planned retirement can result in fiscal security, but there are many factors to consider. Come and learn how to take full advantage of the resources available to you.
NEA-NH hosted our annual Spring Instructional Conference this past Saturday (April 2, 2016) at Concord High School! With 293 registrants and approximately 120 other partners and friends of education – presenters, vendors, and members of the Department of Education – participants learned about 19 organizations that can assist education professionals in their work for New Hampshire’s children.
Peter Greene Teacher and writer; blogger, curmudgucation.blogspot.com There has never been a lower percentage of college freshmen interested in teaching. This comes courtesy of UCLA’s annual survey of first time freshmen, a survey that has been collecting data for about fifty years. You can read the full survey results in a report here. There are
NEA-NH and NEA Member Benefits invite you to attend one of our Retirement Planning Seminars. We will offer six seminars this spring, in March and April, 2016. (There will be additional seminars in the fall.) Each seminar is open to NEA-NH members and one free guest of their choosing. The registration fee is $10, which
The South Central Region Spring Workshops for 2016 are scheduled to take place March 28, 29, and April 6 and 21 at the NEA-NH Manchester Office in the Brady Sullivan Tower at 1750 Elm Street, Suite 201B in Manchester. Seating is limited and RSVP’s are due by Monday, March 14. RSVP’s can be sent
Project Seeks to Gather, Amplify and Implement Your Ideas and put the (Yo)u back in Union. NEA-NH is using ground-breaking technology to put the (yo)u back in Union. “We want to build the union you want and need, said Scott McGilvray, NEA-NH President. “We can only do that if we work together.” Tapping into the