During the COVID-19 pandemic, many families found that they wanted a bigger variety of educational options for their children. New Hampshire’s education marketplace does not provide the right option for every child in every part of the state. But it can be better if more entrepreneurs step up to create those alternatives.
Join us Saturday, Sept. 30th, for our first Encouraging Education Entrepreneurship Conference to learn how New Hampshire can expand its education marketplace so that every family can find the option that works best for every child.
We’ll hear from education entrepreneurs (including Shiren Rattigan of Colossal Academy in Ft. Lauderdale, Coi Morrison of The Lab School of Memphis, Nate Fellman of The Harkness House in Nashua and Katy Rose of NLighten Learning in Goffstown).
And we’ll hear from education policy experts, including author Kerry McDonald, Kate Baker Demers of the Children’s Scholarship Fund New Hampshire, professors Eric Wearne and Ben Scafidi, Lisa Snell of Stand Together, Don & Ashley Soifer of the National Microschooling Center, and Michael Crawford of the VELA Education Fund.
Lunch and a light breakfast will be provided.
Sponsored by LFS Tax Group and Soil Away