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The New Hampshire Department of Education is committed to helping students, parents, and educators (including teachers, principals, superintendents, and school communities) meet the educational needs of each student. This site provides a wealth of data and information about the Department's programs, services, and initiatives at the fingertips of every citizen.

There are many paths to bright futures, inside and outside the classroom. Please explore the many educational options available in New Hampshire from early childhood education, primary and secondary school, and higher and adult education.

The New Hampshire Department of Education is launching its new 603 Moment campaign – an initiative that will encourage New Hampshire parents and children to reconnect, destress, be present with those around them and spread some positivity. The 603 Moment initiative reminds everyone to find a moment in their hectic schedules to hit pause on the clutter, avoid the busyness and truly connect with life and with each other. Visit for more details.

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Due to construction, the New Hampshire Department of Education’s offices located in Londergan Hall at 101 Pleasant Street have relocated for the next year to 25 Hall Street (Granite State College building) in Concord.

The Department’s offices of Vocational Rehabilitation, Social Security Disability Determination and Bureaus of Adult Education and Career Development remain located in the Walker Building at 21 S. Fruit Street in Concord.

Should you need assistance, please visit Contact Us.

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The Rekindling Curiosity program offers scholarships to eligible children to attend select summer camps during the summer of 2023

Education Freedom Account eligibility details for student registration

Learn Everywhere programs offer real-world experience

KaiPod Learning center information

Lexia is offering its LETRS program to advance literacy in New Hampshire for school leaders registration

Graduation Alliance is offering its ENGAGE  New Hampshire program for student support