N.H.’s State Board of Education Approves Expansion of Out-of-School Credits
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After months of debate and strong opposition from educators, the State Board of Education has approved draft rules that allow students to receive high school credits for approved extracurricular activities.
The plan – called Learn Everywhere – allows businesses and nonprofits that receive approval from the state board to offer programs to students for high school credit. Districts are required to accept these credits even if they don’t meet the standards of local school boards.