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5 Steps to Get Rid of Back-to-School Anxiety

Start the year strong and curb back-to-school jitters with these tips and ideas from educator, educational speaker and author, Dr. Harry Wong. by NEA Member Benefits Back-to-school is an exciting time, even if you’ve been teaching for decades. Sure, you’re excited to welcome a new class of students, but getting back to class may also

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Chris Sununu Sided With the Gun Lobby – Not Our Kids. Let Him Know How Disappointed You Are.

At a final debate as a Gubernatorial candidate in 2016, Chris Sununu promised voters he’d support universal background checks and other measures to protect Granite Staters, especially victims of domestic violence, but now Sununu is siding with the corporate gun lobby instead of standing up for common sense public safety measures.   Last week, Chris

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Sununu Vetoes All Three Gun Violence Prevention Bills

The Governor has no intention of keeping guns out of schools New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu vetoed three bills meant to implement common sense gun violence protection measures last week. All three bills were passed by the New Hampshire House and Senate. On Friday, NEA-NH president Megan Tuttle said, “Governor Chris Sununu vetoed three bills

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NEA-NH President Joins NH Citizens in Urging Governor to Sign Gun Violence Prevention Bills

In a packed LOB this afternoon, NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle joined elected officials, and activists in calling on Governor Sununu to sign the 3 gun violence prevention bills on his desk passed by the NH House and Senate earlier this year. “We do not need to debate one day longer on why mass killings take

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