Education

Concord Monitor Letter

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 CCSNH changes neededI read with interest two articles published in the Monitor(“Report: CCSNH lacks clear policies,” Aug. 26 and “Community colleges go on defense,” Sept. 20) based on the 100-page audit completed by the New Hampshire Legislature. In the first article, the opening paragraph states that “unclear policies and inadequate controls had…

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October 3 NHHEU update

NHHEU Member Update, October 3, 2017  Bargaining Update Your Bargaining Committee met with CCSNH management on Thursday, September 28. Our goal since we began the process last spring has been to establish a positive relationship with management, to engage in a productive dialogue, and to reach a fair agreement that acknowledges the crucial role of…

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Non-partisan audit reveals lack of clear CCSNH policies

Officials at New Hampshire’s community college system have pledged to make improvements after a performance audit by the state’s non-partisan Legislative Budget Assistant found that unclear policies and inadequate controls had lead to inefficiencies, unequal spending between schools, and, in some cases, “questionable spending.” The nearly 100-page report, which studied the system’s operations between fiscal…

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NHHEU Update

August 15, 2017 Dear Colleagues, Welcome back! We hope you’ve all had a wonderful summer and are ready for what promises to be a busy fall semester on multiple fronts. We wanted to share a brief update on what we’ve been working on this summer and let you know about an important event later this…

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Committee Looks For Input On N.H. Higher Ed System

Committee Looks For Input On N.H. Higher Ed System By ASSOCIATED PRESS A legislative committee is seeking public input about the quality and overall value of New Hampshire’s higher education system. The Public Higher Education Study Committee is trying to determine whether students leave school with critical thinking skills, personal and professional development and the ability…

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Deep Partisan Divide on Higher Education

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2017/07/11/dramatic-shift-most-republicans-now-say-colleges-have-negative-impact Deep Partisan Divide on Higher Education In dramatic shift, more than half of Republicans now say colleges have a negative impact on the U.S., with wealthier, older and more educated Republicans being least positive. By Paul Fain July 11, 2017 Republicans have soured on higher education, with more than half now saying that colleges…

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Budget balance: GOP addresses NH priorities

Budget balance: GOP addresses NH priorities EDITORIAL Republicans have made the most of their first time in control of the New Hampshire State House in 14 years. Despite a nasty split in the House Republican Caucus, the GOP was able to come together to pass a balanced budget, headed for Gov. Chris Sununu’s signature. The…

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WMCC names interim president

By JOHN KOZIOL Union Leader Correspondent BERLIN — Not long after being named one of the New Hampshire Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty, Charles R. Lloyd has another entry to put on his impressive resume: interim president of White Mountains Community College. Lloyd, who has a doctorate in higher education administration from Northeastern University, succeeds…

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MCC retiree Ed Ely

Congratulations to recent retiree Professor Ed Ely from Manchester Community College! (Ed Ely with faculty President Dan Larochelle)

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NHHEU Bargaining update

Welcome to the New Hampshire Higher Education Union The officers and staff of IBEW Local 2320 warmly welcome all new members of the New Hampshire Higher Education Union (NHHEU). We’re honored to represent you, and we look forward to working with you to support your goals. Although your spring semester is coming to a close,…

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