Save the Children Action Network’s president, Mark Shriver, supported Governor Sununu’s commitment to funding full-day kindergarten programs in a letter to the Union Leader:
The Union Leader Editorial Board ran an oped about Governor Sununu’s proposal to target funding for full-day kindergarten programs. Read the full text:
The Nashua Telegraph ran an editorial supporting SB 45, which requires all high school students take a course in civics as a requirement for graduation. Here’s the full text:
First-term Governor Chris Sununu delivered his budget address last week, highlighting top issues like the opiod crisis and infrastructure needs. One topic that drew a lot of attention was his education priorities. These fell in three main categories: funding for full-day kindergarten, school building aid, and charter school funding. We’ll […]
Dr. Carl Ladd, Executive Director and Treasurer of the New Hampshire School Administrator’s Association, submitted this letter to the Union Leader:
The Foster’s Daily Democrat Editorial Board urged legislators to lift the moratorium on school building aid, citing the growing number of schools in dire need of repair and upgrades. The program, implemented in the 1950’s, has been frozen for almost a decade, forcing towns to either raise all of the funds […]
With over $650 million in potential projects, New Hampshire’s school building aid program is one of the top issues of this legislative session. Since the state’s moratorium on the aid program, schools haven’t been the only ones to suffer–construction companies and other businesses have faltered, too according to NHBR.
Rep. Dick Ames (Cheshire-09) called for a reinstatement of education aid to the state’s poorest communities in a letter to the Keene Sentinel. Read the full letter here:
11 North country superintendents urge legislators to create equitable funding system for our schools
Eleven North Country superintendents urged legislators to create an equitable funding system for our state’s schools in a letter to the Berlin Daily Sun. Here’s the full letter:
Associate Attorney General Anne Edwards told the House Education Committee that the office has concerns with HB 557, which would allow districts to send students to private schools, reported the Concord Monitor.