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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...

NH ranks 46th in school funding equity, according to national study

According to a Quality Counts study, New Hampshire ranked in the bottom five for equity in education, partly due to the over-reliance on local...

Learning Policy Institute: 50 years after Kerner Commission, school funding in many states is...

School funding in many states is "profoundly unfair" and not allocated to the students and districts that need it most, according to a report...
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Franklin proposes programming & teacher cuts to make up for budget shortfall

Franklin, a small town just north of Concord, eliminated seven positions to make up from a budget shortfall resulting in part from the reduction...

Districts to receive $1.5 million in state funding as a result of financial audit

Over 150 New Hampshire districts will receive a total of $1.5 million in additional state education funding, resulting from an audit that the Department...

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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School funding lawsuit “urgently needed,” says Claremont attorney

Attorney John Tobin, one of the lawyers who argued the landmark Claremont case, is urging others to join in a school funding lawsuit. That...

Parental engagement & personalized learning can help bridge achievement gap between rich & poor...

According to an analysis by the New Hampshire Department of Education, school districts that spend the most money per pupil typically get the best...
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Keno-garten funding hasn’t moved the needle for full-day programs in these communities

Last year, the state legalized Keno to increase funding for full-day kindergarten programs in a bill referred to as "Keno-garten." In previous years, districts would...

Medicaid Steps Up in Schools Where Federal Disability Funds Fall Short

Medicaid contributes $4 billion to school-based programs nationwide. New Hampshire receives over $29 million from the provider to cover education-related services such as speech,...

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