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MEMBERSHIP PROCESSING DEADLINE: All new member forms due October 15th! Next Regional Council Meeting: October 15, 2018 at 4:30pm at Lui Lui's in West Lebanon  RSVP to Karen Ladd at kladd@nhnea.org

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Portion of 2017-2018 NEA-NH Dues Dollars Not Tax Deductible

The Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 eliminated the individual federal income tax deduction for lobbying expenses paid or incurred as part of membership dues. This affects only those members who itemize deductions and meet the two-percent minimum requirement for additional miscellaneous deductions. Those members will not be able to deduct that portion of the NEA–NH

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Help the Children’s Fund This Winter

This fall, the Scott McGilvray Children’s Fund (SMCF) has been responding to many requests to provide much needed warm clothing and other items to NH kids. We are glad to be able to help ensure their comfort, health, and safety as we head into another New Hampshire winter season! The end of the year is

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NEA-NH Reaction to Proposed Educator Code of Conduct

NEA-New Hampshire released the following statement today regarding the proposed Code of Conduct for Educators approved by the New Hampshire Department of Education: NEA-NH believes the administrative rules that address educator misconduct should delineate clear expectations and transparent procedural measures.  We were able to work with the drafters of the new proposal to suggest changes

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NEA-NH President: State-Mandated Start Date Does Nothing To Improve Student Learning

NEA-New Hampshire President provided in-person testimony to the Governor’s Save Our Summers Study Commission this week. Governor Chris Sununu issued an executive order establishing a commission to study the impact of New Hampshire schools setting start dates before Labor Day, and to evaluate whether schools should be required to start after the holiday.  In the

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