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TAKE ACTION: Politicized Courts Threaten Students, Schools, and Communities

As the nation mourns the loss of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Senate Majority Leader McConnell and President Trump are rushing to replace her on the court. The next president must nominate Justice Ginsburg’s replacement after the people have spoken. We are just more than 40 days away from Election Day, with people voting all across the nation even now about who will nominate the new Supreme Court Justice. Under no circumstances should the Senate consider a replacement for Justice Ginsburg until after inauguration. In order to have

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NEA-NH Fall Instructional Conference Moves Online

Save the Date: Every Tuesday and Friday in October, 4-5:30pm, for your professional development needs. Let’s come together for a Covid-style, ONLINE, Fall instructional Conference unlike any other! Tell your friends to block those times. All courses will be directly related to member requests during this unique year. Invites to come via email very soon!

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NEA-NH: DeVos Visit Amplifies How Disastrous the Trump and Sununu Administrations Have Been for Public Education

CONCORD, NH – September 18, 2020 – Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is in New Hampshire today. We are certain she is not here to advocate for additional support and resources for our public schools because she has never done so before. “Her visit to celebrate the reopening success of some of our schools is disingenuous at best as both she and our own Governor and Education Commissioner have succeeded in diverting funds meant to help public schools reopen safely to private schools,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President.  Even with Secretary DeVos in town today, lawmakers once again wisely rejected her $46 million check to allow Sununu and Edelblut to double the number of charter schools in New Hampshire. As President Donald Trump’s secretary of education, Betsy DeVos has made

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NEA-NH Recommends Cinde Warmington for District 2 Executive Council

CONCORD, NH – September 18, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Cinde Warmington for District 2 Executive Council today. “We’re confident Cinde’s experience uniquely prepares her to be a leader on the council in holding the governor and his education commissioner accountable during this critical time for educators during the pandemic,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH President. “As Cinde says, we have seen for the last two years, that one vote is the difference between a Commissioner of Education who believes in public education, and one who seeks to undermine it every single day,” continued Tuttle. All our students deserve access to a high-quality education. We know public education has the ability to open doors to academic excellence, to address the economic, racial and social inequities in our society

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NEA-NH Recommends Jenn Alford-Teaster in Senate District 8

CONCORD, NH – September 16, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Jenn Alford-Teaster for State Senate District 8 today. “At a time of great uncertainty for families and students, we need a strong advocate for public education like Jenn Alford-Teaster in the New Hampshire Senate,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH President. “We’re confident that Jenn will fight to make sure we support our students and property tax payers when it comes to education funding.” “The voters of District 8 need someone who understands the needs of our schools, and that person is Jenn Alford-Teaster,” continued Tuttle. “The investment NH made in me through public education when I was a child is one of the reasons I’m running for the Senate today – when we invest in our public schools,

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NEA-NH Congratulates Senator Feltes on Primary Win; Andru Volinsky on Hard Fought Race and Dedication to Public Education

NEA-NH congratulates Senator Dan Feltes on his victory in yesterday’s Democratic primary for Governor.  We look forward to working with him during the coming weeks to make sure he becomes the next Governor of New Hampshire. Andru Volinsky ran a strong campaign that helped highlight many of the issues our public schools face every day. NEA-NH thanks Councilor Volinsky for spending more than 30 years fighting for safe schools, adequate and fair school funding, and insisting that the state meet its obligation to provide all students with access to quality public education. This November’s election may be one of the most critical in our lifetimes. Public school students, educators and their families cannot afford to have Chris Sununu remain in office for another term. Governor Sununu appointed an anti-public education,

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