... (not verified) - 17 May 2015 - 6:39pm
IT'S URGENT TO CONTACT THE SENATE AGAIN ASAP
-- WITHOUT SEN. JEB BRADLEY'S AMENDMENT (1752s) TO HB 323 --
... (not verified) - 15 May 2015 - 3:42pm
Jane Robbins, Senior Fellow with the American Principles Project gave an in-depth presentation on Common Core's data collection and the interfacing State Longitudinal Data Systems:
... (not verified) - 14 May 2015 - 6:10pm
Here's the latest amendment to HB 323. Although NH Familes for Education believes this amendment is unnecessary, we can support it.
Unlike the Governor with SB 101, we can easily support an "unnecessary" amendment such as 1752s because it causes no harm.
... (not verified) - 14 May 2015 - 5:16pm
There was considerable debate on the Senate floor over this bill, but it prevailed with a roll call vote of 14-10 split on partisan lines.
Republicans support the right of parents to be notified and allowed to opt out their child from controversial lessons that they might consider objectionable.
... (not verified) - 14 May 2015 - 4:57pm
House Bill 206 passed the House and Senate. However, the Senate passed the bill with THREE amendments and this final version of the bill needs to return to the House for approval before it can go to the Governor to be signed.
Here's a summary of what is actually contained in House Bill 206. It's actually a really good bill. It respects the rights of parents and provides immediate relief.
... (not verified) - 14 May 2015 - 4:09pm
House Bill 603 passed the Senate today, May 14, 2015.
The Democrats opposed the bill. The Republicans supported HB 603, except for Sen. Nancy Stiles (R-Hampton), who failed to support the rights of parents.
Now the bill goes to Governor Hassan's desk for her approval.
... (not verified) - 14 May 2015 - 7:31am
SAVE OUR CHILDREN: Respect Our Rights
Why is anyone still listening to superintendents?
In Manchester the superintendent threatened a loss of $21 million if the district didn't adopt Common Core.
... (not verified) - 12 May 2015 - 6:12pm
House Bill 323 gives the NH Department of Education a blank check to re-design the statewise assessment program. The Department intends to transition all public schools over to PACE.
Why should parents object to PACE?
... (not verified) - 11 May 2015 - 1:16am
... (not verified) - 9 May 2015 - 12:09pm