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Non-profit Group Hosts Free Education Freedom Fair for New Hampshire Students
Concord, New Hampshire—Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) today released details for its inaugural New Hampshire Education Freedom Fair.
The fair will feature a diverse array of education providers from across the state to showcase different educational options available to Granite State Students. Representatives from the New Hampshire Department of Education will be on hand to walk parents through the various education options that exist for their student such as tutoring grants, summer programs, and in-district microschools/pods. In addition, Children’s Scholarship Fund NH will be available to assist parents with questions on applying for an Education Freedom Accounts grant.
WHEN: August 3, from 3 pm – 7 pm
WHERE: The Executive Court at 119 S Mammonth Road, Manchester, New Hampshire.
HOW: Families sign up for FREE registration here.
Sarah Scott, event organizer and AFPF-NH Director of Education Policy said the fair was designed to be both educational and fun for parents and students. “Granite State students have so many options available to them thanks to the state’s education freedom accounts and programs created by the NH DOE. New Hampshire has made so much progress in rethinking education and between the flexibility of EFAs and the growing number of Learn Everywhere and newly approved participating institutions, I think we’re going to be able to make students excited to learn and give parents the information they need to navigate a growing field of options.”
In addition to dozens of representatives from participating schools and programs prepared to talk to parents, the event will feature face painting and activities for children.