N.H. education policies earn a 'C'

Kibbe, Cindy
February 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;2/25/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p23
The article focuses on the Editorial Projects in Education's report entitled "2011 Quality Counts," in which New Hampshire is given a grade of C for its educational performance and supporting measures.


Related Articles

  • Political factors in public school decline. Peltzman, Sam // American Enterprise;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p44 

    Analyzes the cause of decline in student achievement after 1965 with focus on political factors. Decentralized organization of American public schools; Growth of teacher unionization; Political control of the schools; Desegregation of schools; Political pressure from business groups; Prospects...

  • Education Action zones pass their first test. Ireson, Fiona // Public Finance;07/07/2000, p9 

    Reports on education action zones in England that have been given a gold star by the government of Great Britain. Improvement in the academic achievement of students from the education action zones.

  • Education and the future of Australia. Penington, D.G. // Quadrant Magazine;Dec94, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p53 

    Discusses the status of Australian educational system and its role in nation building. Role of education in the development of cohesive society and democracy; Activities of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement; Status of Australia's educational system;...

  • The Design of Optimal Education Policies. Fraja, Gianni De // Review of Economic Studies;Apr2002, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p437 

    This paper studies the education policy chosen by a utilitarian government. In the model, households differ in their income and in their children's ability; income is observed by the government, but ability is private information. Households can use private education, but cannot borrow to...

  • The things money can't buy. Summerside, Patricia // Policy Review;Winter90, Issue 51, p52 

    Explores the factors that contribute to the high rate academic achievement of students in South Dakota despite its low budget in education. Teachers' above average work ethic; South Dakotans as family-oriented people; Importance of old fashioned values; Fiscal and nonfiscal inputs.

  • The pros and cons of the Straight A's Act. Rees // Fairfield County Business Journal;11/22/99, Vol. 38 Issue 47, p14 

    Enumerates the benefits and drawbacks of the Academic Achievement for All Act passed by the United States House of Representatives. Includes rewards for closing achievement gaps; Permission for states to spend federal money for education reforms; Limitation in the number of states that can...

  • As John Covington goes, so should the EAA. Robinson, Jeffery D. // Michigan Citizen;6/29/2014, Vol. 36 Issue 34, pA10 

    The article offers the author's insights for the abolition of the Educational Achievement Authority (EAA) in Michigan because of the many issues that affect it.

  • Riley unveils resources to improve student reading. Shaw, Donna // Curriculum Administrator;Nov99 Part I of II, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p6 

    Focuses on the United States Secretary of Education Richard Riley's introduction of two sets of guidelines for raising student achievement. Report titled `Start Early, Finish Strong'; Resource titled `The Compact for Reading'; Tool kit aimed at developing written agreements for improving...

  • School Choice Fosters Academic Achievement. Billups, Andrea // Insight on the News;10/30/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p29 

    Deals with the report `Education Freedom Index' which contends that states in the United States with the most liberal education policies are producing students who gain academic achievement. Rank of U.S. states in relation to education policies; Effect of school choice on civic values and...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics