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Apply to Become a Next Steps Cohort 4 School!

February 1, 2016 We are pleased to announce today’s posting of the Application for Cohort 4 Next Steps NH High School Pilot Sites on the NH Department of Education Next Steps NH webpage. Applications are due March 25, 2016. Four schools will be selected as pilot sites for Cohort 4.  One school will be chosen from each region of the state: […]

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Applications for Cohort Three Schools Available Now

Each year Next Steps NH adds four more schools to the project. Today, the NH Department of Education Bureau of Special Education released the application for the next cohort: Cohort 3 Next Steps NH Application. Applications are due March 27, 2015. If your school is selected, your school staff will receive professional development and coaching to […]

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Transition Planning Guide for NH’s Highly Mobile Youth

A new transition planning guide, Transition Planning for New Hampshire’s Highly Mobile Youth, has just been completed by the New Hampshire Department of Education, Office of Homeless Education. Developed over two years by two VISTA volunteers, its purpose is to improve the opportunities available to homeless youth in New Hampshire. The authors used the concept of a subway […]

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Cohort 2 Schools Selected

Four New Hampshire high schools have been selected as Cohort 2 pilot sites for the Next Steps NH project. They are Lincoln Woodstock, Winnacunnet, Conval Regional, and Somersworth. Based on the principles of Implementation Science, these schools will receive intensive training and coaching as they move through the exploration, installation and initial stages of implementation […]

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New Hampshire Story of Transformation

A new online publication, “New Hampshire: Our Story of Transformation,” was announced at the Statewide Educators Conference at Keene State College last week. While not directly transition related, it is a high level summary of what’s going on in our state.

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