CONCORD, N.H. — A New Hampshire group fostering support for higher quality public education has released a video series on how students are taking advantage of programs and courses to prepare themselves for college and beyond.

The “Ready in the 603” video series is produced by Reaching Higher New Hampshire. It’s a result of hundreds of student interviews conducted across the state last spring to learn about the impact of programs such as Career Technical Education, Extended Learning Opportunities, Running Start, and others.

Viewers are encouraged to view the videos online and vote for the one they find most compelling.

Voting closes on Monday, Nov. 13.


Online:

www.reachinghighernh.org/readyinthe603/

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