Outpouring Of Public Comments on Learn Everywhere at State Board Meeting

On February 14, teachers, administrators, school board members, and parents lined up to testify on the Learn Everywhere program and the State Board of...

Comparing ‘Learn Everywhere’ to Existing Opportunities

This morning the State Board of Education (SBOE) is hearing public comments related to the ‘Learn Everywhere’ Rules. These rules, which were presented at...

Policy Brief: New Hampshire Education Tax Credit

New Hampshire started its Education Tax Credit Program in 2012. In the 2019 legislative session, there are three bills related to the program. In this...

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),...

Policy Brief: NH Charter Schools

In this brief, we discuss the current authorization process, funding, student selection, and critical questions for consideration to inform the debate around charter schools...

Governor Sununu proclaims January as ELO Month!

Governor Chris Sununu proclaimed January as Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) Month in New Hampshire! ELOs are credit-bearing learning experiences that happen outside of the...

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...

Schools receive additional $11 million in state funding for full-day kindergarten

Districts across the state will receive an additional $11 million in additional state funding for full-day kindergarten as a result of the 2017 "Keno-garten"...