‘Stronger than I think it ever was.’ An invigorated professional community is helping educators...

If you had to pick a metaphor to describe the 2021-22 school year so far, it might be hats. Educators these days are wearing...

WEBINAR: Understanding the Statewide Education Property Tax (SWEPT)

At the October meeting of the NH Education Network (NHEN), Reaching Higher NH was joined by Mark Manganiello, the NH Department of Education's Office...

PODCAST: ‘Claremont, Part Two’ explores the impact of the historic school funding lawsuits

To fully understand school funding in New Hampshire, it helps to travel back in time to a pair of lawsuits bearing the name of...

PODCAST: ‘Claremont’ traces the throughline of school funding

To fully understand school funding in New Hampshire, it helps to travel back in time to a pair of lawsuits bearing the name of...

Lawmakers pass budget with significant implications for public education in New Hampshire

On Thursday, June 24, lawmakers in the New Hampshire House and Senate passed two budget bills that will map out the state’s priorities and...

Budget replaces targeted aid with tax cut, disproportionately benefitting owners of higher valued properties

The New Hampshire state budget for 2022-2023 replaces a targeted property tax relief fund with a $100 million cut to the statewide education property...

Lawmakers to meet on Monday to finalize details of budget, including vouchers and school...

A small group of lawmakers will meet on Monday, June 14, to work out the final details of House Bill (HB) 2, the state...

Two members of School Funding Commission call Senate’s proposed budget ‘a backward step away...

In an Op-Ed published in In-Depth NH this week, two members of the Commission to Study School Funding characterize the state budget passed last...

WEBINAR: Education in the State Budget

This webinar, presented on Monday, June 3, 2021, examines the Senate's finalized version of the state budget, which includes a sweeping and highly controversial...