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Analysis finds CARES Act would provide estimated $213 per student for costs related to...

Last week, the state issued guidelines on how schools might reopen in the fall amid the national coronavirus pandemic. The recommendations left...

“There are elements that need to be changed”: School business managers reflect on school...

“There are things in our standards and in our mandates that we face, that could be and should be reflected in a...

Complex equations: Districts brace for pandemic’s economic fallout

Even before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered schools along with nearly every sector of the economy, the Newport School District was under financial...

School Funding Commission meets to divvy up work; subcommittees to convene later this week

The Commission to Study School Funding met on Monday, May 4, to review their progress to date, review the bidding progress of...

NH seeking $37 million in federal K-12 education relief

The NH Department of Education is seeking $37 million in coronavirus-related federal relief for the state’s K-12 schools...

School funding commission meeting postponed until Monday, May 4

The Commission to Study School Funding’s meeting, which was originally scheduled for Monday, April 27, has been postponed until May 4. The...

School funding commission scheduled to meet on April 27

The Commission to Study School Funding, a 16-member commission that is reexamining the way New Hampshire funds its public schools, will meet...

Commission begins reexamining public school funding

The Commission to Study School Funding, a group of six lawmakers and ten members of the public, had their third meeting of...

As school starts across the state, some NH communities face sharp cuts in state...

Schools across the state will start their school year facing a cut of $1.06 million in total state aid. However, when we...

Informal Education Series: Fifth Graders in Berlin “are the future of everywhere”

In our third installment of the “Informal Education” series, our Policy Director Liz Canada introduces us to Aubrey and Hannah, two fifth...