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CONCORD, NH – Following the Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules decision to block the Learn Everywhere Initiative, a program approved by the State Board of Education that would allow K-12 students to receive 30% of credits from outside the classroom, Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire State Director Greg Moore issued the following statement:
“Students should have the opportunity to learn outside of the classroom and develop skills they’ll need for their career or technical education. Today’s decision to deny students an innovative way to discover, develop, and apply their unique talents is a disservice for Granite State students. This program recognizes that not every student thrives under the one-size fits all approach we currently have and seeks to give students a learning experience that works for them. We encourage the committee to reconsider their decision that undermines our students’ ability to access a customized, quality educational experience.”