Now in Effect: New Hampshire Law Allows Local Common Core Opt Out

CONCORD, N.H. (Sept. 16, 2017) – Today, a New Hampshire law that prohibits the state department of education and the state board of education from requiring any school or school district to implement Common Core standards goes into effect. This represents an opportunity for local communities to opt out of Common Core and nullify the program in practice.

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Signed by the Governor: New Hampshire Law Allows Local Common Core Opt Out

CONCORD, N.H. (July 21, 2017) – On Tuesday, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill into law that prohibits the state department of education and the state board of education from requiring any school or school district to implement Common Core standards. This represents an opportunity for local communities to opt out of Common Core and nullify the program in practice.

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To the Governor: New Hampshire Passes Bill Allowing Local Common Core Opt Out

CONCORD, N.H. (June 16, 2017) –Today, the New Hampshire House and Senate gave final approval to a bill that would prohibit the state department of education and the state board of education from requiring any school or school district to implement Common Core standards. Adoption of the legislation would represent an opportunity for local communities to nullify Common Core in the state.

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Tenther Tuesday Episode 19: Pushing Back Against Federal Surveillance, Education, Prohibition and More

Today is the 138th day the GOP has failed to repeal Obamacare. But while there is inaction in Congress on standing up for the Constitution, we’re seeing plenty of action in state legislatures across the country. In this week’s episode of Tenther Tuesday, Michael Boldin and Mike Maharrey talk about more bills moving forward to…

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New Hampshire House Passes Bill Allowing Local Common Core Opt Out

CONCORD, N.H. (June 1, 2017) –Today, the New Hampshire House passed a bill that would prohibit the state department of education and the state board of education from requiring any school or school district to implement Common Core standards. Adoption of the legislation would represent an opportunity for local communities to nullify Common Core in the state.

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