We are highlighting this practice because the use of federal relief funds to ensure schools across the state can access helpful resources is a sound investment.
The New Hampshire Department of Education invested over $6 million using a combination of state funds from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund and the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief fund. Together, these funds helped to create a new state-level learning management system in collaboration with the University System of New Hampshire.
The system is designed to help schools, educators and families deploy and make effective use of remote and online instruction. The platform includes best practices around synchronous instruction and professional development that can be deployed immediately. The agency will continue to update the platform with high-quality instructional materials and other evidence-based practices.