April 22, 2024


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Survey Seeks Education Input From Parents, Teachers, Others | New Hampshire News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Building on feedback from last year, the New Hampshire Department of Education is once again asking parents, educators, and community members to take a survey on how schools responded to the coronavirus pandemic.

Last spring, a survey of remote instruction and the return to school generated more than 56,000 responses, helping to shape the state’s K-12 Back to School Guidance.

Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut said the current survey will “provide valuable information for schools that are already crafting plans for fall instructional programs.”

People can respond to the survey online through June 30.

Available links are for families in K-12, Preschool, and Private Schools at bit.ly/nhdoefamily; staff in public and private schools at bit.ly/nhdoestaff; and community members at bit.ly/nhdoecommunity.

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More than 98,000 people have tested positive for the virus in New Hampshire, including 48 cases announced Wednesday. No new deaths were announced; the total number remained at 1,353.

The seven-day rolling average of daily new cases in New Hampshire decreased over the past two weeks, going from 126new cases per day on May 18 to 46 new cases per day on Tuesday.

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