A coalition of administrative and teacher associations is issuing recommendations for remote learning in New Hampshire. The guidance comes as districts face long-term school closure until at least May, if not for the rest of the semester.

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In a letter issued over the weekend, leaders from the NEA Teachers’ Union, the N.H. Association of School Principals, N.H. Career and Technical Education, the N.H. School Boards Association, the N.H. Association of Special Education Administrators, and the N.H. School Administrators’ Association from the told districts they should “focus on essential learning” and that “less is more.”

They say schools

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