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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

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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

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NEA-NH Recommends Sue Prentiss in Senate District 5

CONCORD, NH – September 3, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Sue Prentiss for State Senate District 5 today. “Sue’s background and experience uniquely qualifies her to be a tremendous advocate for the students and educators of our state,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH President. “As a paramedic, former mayor, and former state EMS Chief, she will be ready to address the critical public health issues our public schools need during this global pandemic.” In addition to the effects of COVID-19 on our school system, fixing our broken education funding system was also a key factor in NEA-NH’s support. “We are confident that Sue will fight for an education funding model that is fair and delivers the resources that educators and families need to ensure every child has the

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NEA-NH Recommends Whitley For Senate District 15

CONCORD, NH – August 26, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Becky Whitley for Senate District 15 today. “Becky has been a tireless advocate for children and educators, committed to social justice and public service,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President. “She has the expertise and tenacity to be the strong force for public education our students need in the senate.” NEA-NH will be working over the coming days to engage with the hundreds of its members across Senate District 15 about this recommendation and its importance of making their voices heard in the 2020 election. “New Hampshire has a long history of committed educators and I’m so honored to have the support of the NEA-NH and the educators they represent across District 15,” said Whitely. “As a

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NEA-NH Recommends Deaglan McEachern for State Senate

August 17, 2020 – Concord, NH – NEA-NH announced their support for Deaglan McEachern for State Senate District 21 today. “Deaglan is committed to the goal that every student has an equal opportunity for success and can thrive regardless of their background or what zip code they live in our state,” said Megan Tuttle, president of NEA-NH. The pro-public education majority in the state senate this term delivered the largest increase in public education funding in nearly 20 years and will be a critical component to ensuring that we continue to build on this success. The next legislature will be the ones to act on major issues such as the recommendations of the school funding commission and ensuring that our schools have the support they need in order to be

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NEA-NH Renews Call for Remote Learning Until October as COVID-19 Case Confirmed in NH School District

Students and educators have been left to deal with Governor Sununu’s failed leadership on safely reopening our schools. We have continuously maintained that schools should open, but only if they can open safely. This past Monday, consistent with our Principles for Reopening, NEA-NH called for remote learning until October as the safest and least disruptive method to restart education in a pandemic. With any in-person learning it is not a question of keeping the virus out; it is a question of how much virus will you allow in before you must close again. Anticipating student, staff, and community contagion upticks, we asked the Governor for his Plan B; What to do when the virus entered our schools. He has not responded. Now, what we feared, and what the Governor ignored,

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