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Wednesday, June 22 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Exploring Your Child's Education Fit

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Education is not one-size-fits-all. This panel of experienced parents have navigated that path to find a variety of educational options that range from homeschooling, to charter schools, to private schools, and to online education. They have also addressed special learning needs for their children such as learning disabilities, delayed learning, and gifted. Come discuss school-aged children's needs with people who approached their children's education as "each one best.”

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Jody Underwood

Senior Managing Learning Scientist, Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Jody S. Underwood has a background in education, computer science, and artificial intelligence, and specializes in the use of technology for learning and assessment. She has spent the last 25+ years doing research and development of intelligent tutoring systems, e-learning environments, embedded assessment design in games and simulations, and effective feedback. Dr. Underwood received her B.S. in Computer Science from Hofstra University in... Read More →

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Frank Edelblut

New Hampshire Representative
Frank has been married for 30 years to his college sweetheart, Kathleen. They have seven children, three out of college, two in college, and two working their way toward that goal. They have also been blessed with a granddaughter and grandson. | | “Being a grandparent is really cool. If you get the chance, do it!” Frank and his wife Kathy have raised and home schooled their children in Mason and Wilton, New Hampshire. They... Read More →
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Michelle Levell

Director, School Choice for New Hampshire
Michelle Levell has been active in state-level public policy, particularly education issues, since moving to New Hampshire in 2005. She is the Director of School Choice for New Hampshire and has served on several diverse boards, including the Educational Choices Foundation, Liberty Harbor Academy, the New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition, the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance (NHLA), and the Pelham-Windham Razorbacks youth football and cheer... Read More →
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Dawn Lincoln

Dawn Lincoln lives in Westmoreland, NH with her husband, parents, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and almost 200 chickens. Her young adult daughters are living happily close by, much to her delight. She homeschooled her daughters (one the entire time, one went to K) using a variety of methods over the years. | | Her experience started with a fairly structured but homegrown format, evolved into many wonderful years of unschooling and culminated with the girls... Read More →
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Katherine Prudhomme O'Brien

Katherine grew up north of Boston where she attended public schools including a vocational high school where she studied precision machining. She was her school's first female graduate of the program. She attended college for a few years after high school where she studied music, played in a jazz band, developed a chess addiction, and hosted a classical music radio show. Katherine left college to take a job making piccolos, and later flutes... Read More →
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Kathy Rago

Kathy lives in Franklin, NH with her husband James, and their three children, Aaron, Lindsey, and Nathan. They have been married for 28 years, and have lived in NH for 17 years. Originally from Texas, Kathy grew up the fifth of six children in a strong Christian home, and learned from an early age to get along, work hard and be competitive. She learned to stand up and stand out, as her parents expected all to be successful college graduates... Read More →

Wednesday June 22, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm

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