Preview: Tomorrow’s Installment Of Getting By, Getting Ahead Looks At Life After Layoff For Manchester Teacher

Amanda Loder / StateImpact New Hampshire

The Manchester school district layoffs last spring were a result of both local and national forces

Tomorrow on Morning Edition on NHPR, you can catch the latest installment of our series, “Getting By, Getting Ahead.”  This summer, StateImpact is looking at the personal stories behind New Hampshire’s recovering economy.  Tomorrow’s piece will focus on one of the dozens of teachers laid-off from the Manchester school district.  Reporter Amanda Loder recently discussed the district’s funding issues with All Things Considered host Brady Carlson.  If you would like to know more about the local and national forces that helped shape the layoff decision, you can also check out our Merrimack Valley Economic Snapshot.

And we invite you to visit our new web feature, which includes an interactive map, more economic perspectives from the people we’re spotlighting this summer, and links to more “Getting By, Getting Ahead” coverage. It also includes ways to share your story of life during the economic recovery.


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