As ‘Learn Everywhere’ Plan Hits Stumbling Block, N.H. Ed Chief Holds Out Hope
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Legislators filed a preliminary objection Thursday to the New Hampshire Department of Education’s new Learn Everywhere program.
The program would tell school districts to offer high schoolers graduation credits from outside extracurricular activities.
The program has support from the governor and the state Board of Education. Thursday’s hearing was on the rules to implement it.