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NEA-NH President Speaks in Opposition to SB193 – the Voucher Bill

On March 29, NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle spoke in opposition to SB193, the School Voucher Bill, during a press conference held in the Legislative Office Building in Concord. Fearing the passage of SB 193 in the NH House, a broad coalition of teachers, parents, school administrators and supporters of public schools held a press conference in Concord, urging lawmakers to reject the latest proposal to come before the full House. She was joined in opposition to the bill by representatives from the New Hampshire School Administrators Association, the New Hampshire

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NEA-NH Elections Results

The NEA-New Hampshire Elections Committee met this morning in Concord to review the results of the 2018 NEA-NH Election. They have announced the following results: NEA-NH President: Megan Tuttle NEA-NH Vice President: Carolyn Leite NEA-NH Secretary Treasurer: Rebecca Butler Alternate NEA Director: Terry Burlingame Capital Region Executive Board – 1 year term: Muriel Hall Capital Region Executive Board – 2 year term: Paul Bourassa Eastern Region Executive Board – 2 year term: Julie Doiron ESP Region Executive Board – 2 year term: Jill Owens Monadnock Region Executive Board – 2

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NEA-NH President Reacts to Latest School Shooting in Maryland

“It angers me that in the month since Parkland, no action has been taken to stop these horrible crimes.” CONCORD, NH – March 20, 2018 – NEA-New Hampshire President Megan Tuttle issued the following statement on the events at Great Mills High School in Maryland. “Another week, another school shooting. As I’ve stated in the past, school shootings cannot become the new normal,” said Tuttle. “It angers me that in the month since Parkland, no action has been taken to stop these horrible crimes, either at the federal or state level.” “The time for debate has passed, the time for action is now, the time to stop these shootings is now. An open door helicopter crashed in New York killing five people and the Federal Aviation Administration moved quickly to

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NEA-New Hampshire Recommends Councilor Chris Pappas in First Congressional District

“We can’t think of anyone better to represent our members in New Hampshire’s first district than Chris Pappas.” NEW LONDON, March 16, 2018 – Executive Councilor Chris Pappas will be at the National Education Association – New Hampshire’s Delegate Assembly today to accept the organization’s recommendation of his candidacy for Congress. The Delegate Assembly will take place at Colby Sawyer College’s Ware Student Center beginning at 8:30 AM. “In our mission to support students, we have to fight for their safety and success,” said Megan Tuttle, President of NEA-NH. “We can’t think of anyone better to represent our members in New Hampshire’s first district than Chris Pappas. Chris grew up in the Granite State and went to public schools in Manchester. He is rooted in the communities of the district

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Important NEA-NH Voter Credential Information

NEA-NH Elections will be held from March 8 to March 22. As in years past, the election will be conducted online. To access your ballot, you will be asked to enter your Last Name and Member ID number. Member ID numbers were emailed to all members with an email address on file with NEA-NH.  Member IDs will also be sent via email on March 8 when the election opens, along with the link to the voting website.   FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS When is the election? The 2018 NEA-NH elections will be conducted online from March 8 through March 22.  Electronic balloting closes at 5:00 p.m. on March 22. How do I vote? To vote, members must login to the voting website. The link to the voting site will be emailed

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NEA-NH President Seeks Governor’s Public Support for HB1415

Yesterday, NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle sent Governor Sununu a letter seeking his public support for HB1415, the School Employee Death Benefit Bill.  Here is the full text of her letter. February 26,2018 Dear Governor Sununu, As you know, the New Hampshire House of Representatives has passed House Bill 1415, an act establishing a death benefit for a school employee killed in the line of duty. The House Finance Committee is now charged with examining the financial impact of the bill and then reporting it to the full House. I am enclosing a copy of the legislation with this letter for your review. I am writing to ask you to publicly announce your support for this legislation and for your commitment to work for its passage, not only in the House,

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