President’s Message, by Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President As the school year begins, I cannot help feeling that this year is very different. The events of this summer have brought headlines […]
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NEA-New Hampshire’s Legislative Agenda and Priorities for the 2018 session For more than 150 years, NEA-New Hampshire has been committed to improving student achievement in New Hampshire public schools, providing […]
Unions are critically important in giving educators a voice that allows them to advocate to ensure every student has the opportunity to receive a good education that inspires natural curiosity […]
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Resources for students, educators, and families to address and engage in the national dialogue about racism, hate, and bias in the wake of recent events in Charlottesville. Together we must […]
NEA-NH members wrote postcards to Education Commissioner Edelblut describing how they make a difference every day. Before becoming Commissioner of the Department of Education, Frank Edelblut had never set foot […]
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