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For ESPs, Being the Best for Students Requires Continuous Learning

It’s common knowledge amongst educators that professional development for education support professionals (ESPs) is largely non-existent or irrelevant, if offered at all. Whether five or 20 years on the job, ESPs receive limited access to career learning opportunities unless they provide it themselves. “Everyone thinks professional development is for teachers only,” says Matthew Powell, custodial

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Dynamic Duo – Helping Rural NH Meet its Education Needs

Written By: Beth Fornauf | UNH Department of Education | beth.fornauf@unh.edu When Kayla Croteau earned her M.Ed. in secondary education from the University in 2015, she never imagined that she was only three short years away from another teacher education experience – this time as a teaching mentor for the University of New Hampshire’s Teacher

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Manchester Education Association Committed to Students and Members

Recent confusion regarding status of negotiations the result of a series of misunderstandings and miscommunication.  CONCORD, NH – April 10, 2019 – The Manchester Education Association remains committed to maintaining a quality public education for every student and believes that the current confusion surrounding the status of our negotiations is the result of a series of misunderstandings

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Recognition Long Overdue: Congress Approves National Award Program for ESPs

by John Rosales, NEAToday After the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the Recognizing Achievement in Classified School Employees Act (H.R. 276) by a vote of 387-19 in February, the Senate quickly followed suit with its own unanimous approval in March. “This recognition is way overdue,” said Debby Chandler, president of the National Council for

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