Turns out, she’s not alone. Although American girls were long relegated to second-class status when it came to education – and still are in certain disciplines and in many parts of the world – recent generations have increasingly excelled in school.
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Senate Passes Controversial Parental Rights Bill, Sending It to House
The New Hampshire Senate passed a parental rights bill on party lines Thursday, sending to the House legislation that would require schools to disclose changes to a student’s gender identity if a parent asks.
For the Sake of Working Families, New Hampshire Must Make Child Care Investments | Opinion
Ask almost any parent in New Hampshire with young children, and they will tell you their “child care story” – their struggles with long waitlists, no availability, or rising costs.
Governor Signs Bill To Slow Closure and Replacement of Sununu Center
Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill Tuesday to slow the process of closing and replacing the Sununu Youth Services Center until the state chooses a new location, hours after the House and Senate agreed to the compromise.
Taste but Don’t Drink: Bill Would Let Students Under 21 Take College Wine and Beer Courses
The hospitality program at the University of New Hampshire’s Paul College of Business and Economics offers a number of courses, from event planning to finance. But one of the most sought-after courses is available only to its oldest students.
Democrats Seek To Limit EFA Program to Public School Attendees, Sparking Debate
A Democratic bill seeking to limit New Hampshire’s “education freedom accounts” to students who have spent at least one year in public school has reignited debates over who should have access to the program.
NH Businesses, Public School Backers: Repeal ‘Divisive Concepts’ Law
Advocates for public education in New Hampshire are asking state lawmakers to repeal what’s known as the “divisive concepts” law, which educators say undermines their training and ability to teach about race or gender.
Pandemic Aid, Inflation Drive Higher Per-Pupil Spending in NH Public Schools
New Hampshire’s schools are spending more per student than ever before, in part because of an increase of federal COVID-19-related funding.
Flu, RSV and COVID Are Wreaking Havoc — But Teachers Don’t Feel Like They Can Stay Home When They’re Sick
Flu case counts are at their highest level for early December in a decade. COVID-19 is spiking once again. Surging diagnoses of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are resulting in overcrowded pediatric emergency rooms.
Are Snow Days About To Get Buried by Remote Learning? | Opinion
Snow days, a nostalgic rite of passage for generations of students across the northern United States, might seem destined to be a memory of school days past.