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Students Promised Day Off for Political Activism

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

We wrote about why the NH Senate should support HB 1403 which recently passed the NH House by 2-1 margin.
We cited the improper use of activism as one reason for rejecting IB, as promoted by the UN in the case of the International Baccalaureate program which claims to deliver ‘international’ education while actually brainwashing for [...]

NH Senate Must Pass HB 1403

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

HB 1403 will bring back local control. There is no excuse for a foreign political group to be directing education in New Hampshire’s schools. Read more about this at the Bedford Patch
Television show on The Case Against IB
Ann Marie Banfield speaks to Rich Girard about IB
And Niel Young’s show way up in the North country [...]

Lynch Vetoes to be Addressed

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Over the summer, Governor Lynch vetoed a number of common-sense pieces of legislation that were passed by overwhelming majorities in the House and Senate. Some of these include…
HB 542 – This bill requires school districts to adopt a policy allowing an exception to specific course material based on a parent’s or legal guardian’s determination [...]

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