The Commission has contracted with the Carsey School, including its public engagement program New Hampshire Listens, to provide staff capacity and to support its various activities. The Carsey School is managing the research and analysis, public engagement, public information, and logistical needs on behalf of the Commission.
As part of its public engagement work, the Carsey School is reaching out to key stakeholders representing public education leaders, local school boards, teachers, parents, students, business leaders, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and Reaching Higher New Hampshire.
The Commission is also working with the National Conference of State Legislatures and the Education Commission of the States to review studies and policies in other states that have faced similar challenges.
- Commission Chair Rep. David Luneau Merrimack – District 10
- Rep. Mel Myler Merrimack – District 10
- Rep. Dick Ames Cheshire – District 9
- Rep. Rick Ladd Grafton – District 4
- Sen. Jay Kahn – District 10
- Sen. Jon Morgan – District 23
- William Ardinger – Attorney, Rath Young Pignatelli
- Jane Bergeron-Beaulieu – NH Association of Special Education Administrators
- Corinne Cascadden – Interim Superintendent, SAU 84
- David Ryan – Superintendent, SAU16
- John Beardmore – Former Commissioner, Department of Revenue Administration
- Iris Estabrook – Former State Senator
- Barbara Tremblay – Retired superintendent, SAU 29, SAU 62
- M. Christine Dwyer – Vice President, RMC Research
- Susan Huard – Interim Chancellor, Community College System of New Hampshire
- Val Zanchuk – Past President, Business and Industry Assocation
- Rep. Mary Heath Hillsborough – District 14