New Hampshire Senate voted 14 to 9 to pass SB 44 a bill that would prohibit state education leaders from requiring Common Core’s implementation in schools.
The New Hampshire House and Senate both approved SB 0101 which makes the Common Core voluntary for schools to use. The bill goes to Governor Hassan’s desk.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted against HB 1508 that would have removed the Common Core from the state. The vote was actually whether or not to approve the House Education Committee report. The New Hampshire Education Committee voted against the bill. Ann Marie Banfield provided a report: In spite of some heroic efforts […]
There have been several Common Core bills filed in the New Hampshire House that have been assigned to the House Education Committee. HB 1239 – This is a delay bill. This bill requires the state board of education to report on the fiscal impact of implementing the college and career readiness standards, also known as […]