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Transition Fairs around NH, and a New Guide

June 13, 2017 A transition fair is a practical way to connect parents and students with local transition supports and resources as preparation for life after high school. Although planning one may seem like a daunting task, there is a new resource to help. The NH Department of Education and the Parent Information Center (PIC) collaborated… Continue reading: Transition Fairs around NH, and a New Guide

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Really Short Cohort School Updates: March 2017

Mar 18, 2017 It’s time once again for news on the Next Steps NH project schools. These are REALLY short updates on the eight New Hampshire schools we’re currently supporting. All schools are working on transition planning and ELOs, and many are also implementing RENEW. The updates are meant to show the range of project activities – not comprehensive reports… Continue reading: Really Short Cohort School Updates: March 2017

Fern Downing, ELO Coordinator from Nute Middle-High School

Nute ELO Coordinator wins Transition Professional of the Year

Nov 21, 2016 Fern Downing, ELO Coordinator from Nute Middle-High School, won the 2016 Transition Professional of the Year Award at the 10th annual Transition Summit in Concord last week. Each year, the NH Transition Community of Practice accepts nominations from around the state to recognize excellence in transition practices that advance college, career, and life… Continue reading: Nute ELO Coordinator wins Transition Professional of the Year

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Really Short Cohort School Updates: November 2106

Nov 8, 2016 It’s time once again for news on the Next Steps NH project schools. These are REALLY short updates on the eight New Hampshire schools we’re currently supporting. All schools are working on transition planning and ELOs, and many are also implementing RENEW. The updates are meant to show the range of project activities – not comprehensive reports –… Continue reading: Really Short Cohort School Updates: November 2106

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Really Short Cohort School Updates: June 2016

June 24, 2016 It’s time once again for news on the Next Steps NH project schools. These are REALLY short updates on the eight New Hampshire schools we’re supporting. All schools are working on transition planning and ELOs, and many are also implementing RENEW. The updates are meant to show the range of project activities – not comprehensive reports – many of… Continue reading: Really Short Cohort School Updates: June 2016

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Really Short Cohort School Updates: March 2016

March 7, 2016 It’s time once again for news on the Next Steps NH project schools. These are REALLY short updates on the eight New Hampshire schools we’re supporting. All schools are working on transition planning and ELOs, and many are also implementing RENEW. The updates are meant to show the range of project activities – not comprehensive reports – many of… Continue reading: Really Short Cohort School Updates: March 2016

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One-liners: Project School Updates

Jan 15, 2016 It’s time for news on the Next Steps NH project schools. These are REALLY short updates on the eight New Hampshire schools we’re supporting. All schools are working on transition planning and ELOs, and many are also implementing RENEW. The updates are meant to show the range of activities – not a comprehensive report – many of the schools… Continue reading: One-liners: Project School Updates

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Project School Updates

Wow! We’re currently supporting 11 schools around New Hampshire. Our first cohort is finishing up their work with Next Steps NH this December and the third cohort is just getting started. Following are REALLY short updates on each school. All schools are working on transition planning and ELOs, and many are also implementing RENEW. The updates are meant… Continue reading: Project School Updates

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Cohort Three Schools Selected!

Congratulations to the four New Hampshire high schools selected as Cohort 3 pilot sites for the Next Steps NH project. They are: Inter-Lakes, Newport, Nute, and Timberlane Regional. 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… Continue reading: Cohort Three Schools Selected!

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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… Continue reading: Applications for Cohort Three Schools Available Now