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#NHPolitics Weekly Ins and Outs — March 17, 2024

#NHPolitics Weekly Ins and Outs — March 17, 2024

Another week of #NHPolitics Ins and Outs, taking you on a tour of the ins and outs of the ever-changing world of New Hampshire Politics, keeping score of the winners and losers week-by-week — and letting you know who’s in and who’s out. Let’s get into it. Who’s In?...

Op-ed: Undermining Public Education Yet Again

Op-ed: Undermining Public Education Yet Again

The New Hampshire legislature is considering two bills, HB 1298 and SB 374 which would allow public schools to hire uncertified classroom “guides” to teach part-time in public schools. These untrained community members could teach any grades or subjects K-12 as long...

We talked to Dartmouth students as they watched NH primary results come in

We talked to Dartmouth students as they watched NH primary results come in

Studies show young people could be a force in the 2024 presidential election. CIRCLE, or the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement, found Gen Z, ages 18 to 26, will make up over 40 million potential voters— about one fifth of the American electorate. Around 8 million people have also newly reached voting age since the last election in 2022.