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NHPR's The Exchange hosts a week-long dialogue on schools as social safety nets. Read more here.

The New York Times Sunday Review column by Paul Tough on why supporting parents helps children succeed.

British Prime Minister David Cameron thinks parents need government-approved advice on raising kids. British parents aren't exactly thrilled with this recent proclamation.

One of Cameron's new policy prescriptions, unveiled Monday with an announcement that England will pour £70 million...

My friend Bill wasn't planning on saving any lives when he joined AmeriCorps and began his year of service at an inner-city elementary school in Manchester. His main purpose was to help his students make it through fifth grade, develop some marketable skills of his own, and save a little money...

A Canadian study suggests the more time low-income children spend in daycare, the better they're likely to be doing in school at age 12. Read the full article here...

Wage inequality has grown more in New Hampshire over the past decade than in almost any other state, according to a new study that says wages for workers at the upper end of the scale has risen, while pay at the...

A new report looks at how public education is delivering on the promise of educational opportunity in 50 mid- to large-sized cities in the United States. Is...

Read OKNH Advisory Committee member Christopher Stewart's view on early childhood education in today's Union Leader. 

Sam Evans Brown of NHPR discusses advocacy groups highlighting issues in the New Hampshire Primary, including Our Kids New Hampshire. Listen to the full story.

Read the Concord Monitor column written by Our Kids New Hampshire Co-Chairs Steve Duprey and Lew Feldstein inviting presidential candidates to join the conversation.

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