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Education Reform

Having recently graduated from the Bedford school system, I know first hand the importance of a good education and the opportunities that come with it. That's why it is important to me that not only is education adequately funded across communities, but also that we have ways to make college more accessible for Bedford families. Students in NH face the highest tuition costs in the nation and are ultimately more likely to leave the state for college than anywhere else. By having a properly funded and comprehensive education system, we can ensure an equal opportunity to succeed for all Bedford students.  

The Priorities

01

HIGHER EDUCATION

Increase funding for higher education and expand financial aid, ensuring that more college educated students stay in NH.

02

EQUITY

Ensure education equity to provide an equal opportunity for all NH students.

03

RESILIENCY

Better fund resilient education systems to tackle obstacles like COVID 19 and remote learning.

04

RETHINKING DISCIPLINE

Reduce the dependence on exclusionary discipline, instead utilizing restorative justice and positive behavior intervention.

05

Broader Curriculum

Diversify school curriculums to cover necessary social and civic issues.

Policies in Depth
Ready for School

What is

exclusionary discipline?

Elementary Classroom

How can schools cover a broader range of issues?

College Students

Why should we expand college funding?

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Paid for by Friends of Daniel Dong. Fiscal Agent: Daniel Dong. Address: 15 Chardonnay Ter., Bedford, NH 03110