In Rare Move, N.H. Lawmakers Delay ‘Learn Everywhere’ Educational Program
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A group of New Hampshire lawmakers voted on Thursday to delay a proposal from the State Board of Education that would require high schools to grant students credit for extracurriculars approved by the Board.
The program, called Learn Everywhere, faced fierce opposition from Democrats and many educators for nearly a year. Among other things, they argued that by giving the State Board power over high school credits, Learn Everywhere took away local control.