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Weekly Legislative Update: Governor Sununu delivers budget address, Senate holds public hearing on bill...

Last week, Governor Sununu delivered his budget address to the joint House and Senate, the House Education subcommittee wrapped up their work on key...

State Education Property Tax: Locally raised, locally kept

On every New Hampshire property tax bill, there are two line items that fund the local school district: the statewide education property tax (SWEPT),...

Stabilization Grants: A vital part of the formula for NH’s most vulnerable communities

Stabilization grants are a substantial source of state aid to many New Hampshire communities. In the third segment on our state’s education funding formula,...

Is an “adequate education” adequate for our students?

When talking about the cost of education in New Hampshire, the term “adequate education” usually comes up. But what does it mean, and how...
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The big question for 2019: How will we pay for our schools?

The way New Hampshire pays for its schools has been a hot topic for decades. With recent tweaks to the education funding formula and...

Keene forum underscores growing frustration with funding inequities

Amid growing frustration over funding inequities in they way New Hampshire funds its education system, attorney John Tobin and Executive Councilor Andru Volinksy are...

School funding crisis “a math problem” that needs a statewide solution, say advocates

The state's dependence on local property taxes to fund education is reaching a tipping point that requires a statewide solution, attorneys John Tobin and...

State should target funding to schools based on need, says state’s chamber of commerce

According to David Juvet of the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire, the state's Chamber of Commerce, if the state doesn't allow better...

Lead school funding attorney to host workshop on June 13 at 6 p.m. in...

The Pittsfield School Board recently reached out to Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky, a lead attorney in the Claremont cases, to learn more about the...

Reliance on property taxes for school funding creates an inequitable system, says Claremont attorney

Attorney John Tobin highlighted worsening inequities in New Hampshire's schools in an article reposted by InDepthNH. Tobin, who argued the landmark Claremont case in...

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