Dr. Bolgen Vargas

Former Superintendent, Manchester School District

 I am excited about what the program can bring to Manchester students and how it reaches out and brings the community into the mission of making sure that our students master the skills they need to be successful in a complex society in the 21st Century.

Jim Roche

President, Business and Industry Association

The Learn Everywhere program proposed by the New Hampshire Department of Education will help more students prepare for 21st Century jobs.

Allison Joseph

Executive Director, My Turn Incorporated

Learn Everywhere presents the incredible opportunity and incentive for students to engage in meaningful community-based learning and to develop these skills most necessary for success beyond the classroom.

Taylor Caswell

Commissioner, NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs

The Learn Everywhere program is just that sort of pathway for students educated in New Hampshire to begin and maintain their careers in New Hampshire.

Peter Faletra, Ph.D. and Kelly Salmon, Ph.D.

Executive Director and Senior Scientist, The New Hampshire Academy of Science

We look forward to the DOE program being implemented so that we can offer high school credit to students who are putting in dedicated work and gaining a strong supplement to the standard science curriculum.

Michelle D. Perkins

President, New England College

Through Learn Everywhere, parents and students have new options available to them to supplement what exists in their neighborhood schools.

Daniel N. Hebert

State President, NH Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy

Creating other pathways for children to learn by participating in outside activities and programs while receiving educational credit for that participation will not only help those students who are challenged by the classroom setting, but will also encourage all students to expand their knowledge, confidence and skill.

Jeanne T. Gerulskis

Executive Director, McAuliffeShepard Discovery Center

To Christa, the meadows, museums, the halls of government were her students’ classrooms. She exhorted all of America’s students to learn all they can about the universe in which we live.