Category Archives: Education

Back to School: Reexamining Oral Health Habits

The beginning of a new school year provides parents with opportunities to reexamine oral health habits that may have been more relaxed during the summer. Building and maintaining beneficial self-care habits are especially important for children, because the habits they … Continue reading

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Books I’m Reading: What School Could Be

I enjoy serving as Chair of the New Hampshire Coalition for Business and Education leading critical educational efforts such as 65×25, which aims to have 65% of New Hampshire’s 25 to 64 year old population hold a post-secondary degree or … Continue reading

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Books I am Reading: Mind in the Making

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of participating in a special conference, Transforming Tomorrow’s Workforce Today: A First in the Early Learning Nation. The conference focused on early learning in relation to workforce development. I have been volunteering and … Continue reading

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2013 New England Board of Higher Education Excellence Awards

We recently learned that the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) will honor Northeast Delta Dental when NEBHE holds its 11th annual New England Higher Education Excellence Awards celebration on Friday, March 8, 2013, at the Boston Marriott Long … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Graduates

My twin sons, Brian and Matthew, are graduating from college this year; I can hardly believe how the time has gone by. The first graduation was celebrated at High Point University in North Carolina last weekend, May 5.  University President … Continue reading

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Math, the Language of Business

I serve on the State of New Hampshire Board of Education and came across this great article at our last meeting.  With so many high school graduates illiterate in math, the United States is falling behind in math skills compared … Continue reading

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