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Brentwood resident: Education commissioner’s plan lacks substance, research

Brentwood resident Jon Morgan wrote an oped in Seacoast Online about Commissioner Frank Edelblut's meeting with Exeter parents and grandparents about the future of...

Keno-garten could help communities like Milford offer full-day kindergarten

Milford canceled its plans to offer a full-day kindergarten program this fall, which would have cost parents $510 per month, due to low enrollment...

20 Years Later: Supreme Court Decision on Ed Funding and its Impact on NH

New Hampshire Magazine explored the Supreme Court's nearly 20-year old decision on education funding and what it's meant for New Hampshire schools. Here's an...

On average, N.H. teachers get paid more in wealthy communities

Teacher salaries differ widely between districts in New Hampshire, and according to one school board chairman, the state's funding formula is a major factor...

Another View: The ABC’s of passing SB 191

Senator David Watters, the prime sponsor of SB 191, submitted a piece to Foster's Daily Democrat about his bill to fund full-day kindergarten. Though...

Betting that Keno funding will live up to expectations

This session, lawmakers voted to provide additional funding for full-day kindergarten programs, but the amount will be determined by how much money is brought...

State House Dome: Education funding solutions redux

Sunday's edition of the State House Dome in the Union Leader featured the education funding formula and the study released by the NH Center...

Report finds disparity in state education funding persists 20 years after Claremont decision

Disparities in education are getting worse, according to a study done by the NH Center for Public Policy Studies. Here's an excerpt from the Keene...

Editorial: The same old education funding story

The Concord Monitor published an editorial in their Sunday edition about the state's education funding formula. Here's an excerpt: Start with the determination, in a state...

Goffstown resident: Public Schools First

Goffstown resident Jo Ann McCalister submitted this letter to the Union Leader: To the Editor: The New Hampshire Legislature and the citizens of our state...

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