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...

Granite Staters make it clear: No school vouchers for NH

The public came out in force to speak out against Senate Bill (SB) 130, the statewide voucher bill, in back-to-back public hearings on the...

In letter to Senate Finance Committee, local leaders voice concerns about school voucher bill

The following letter, signed by 15 mayors and school board chairs, was sent to the Senate Finance Committee this week, prior to its public...

Letter signed by 80 local elected officials urges state lawmakers to reform school funding

The following letter was submitted to the Senate Finance Committee as written testimony for its public hearing on the 2022-23 state budget on Tuesday,...

District-by-District Analysis of SB 130, the Statewide Voucher Bill, and Implications for Local Property...

The New Hampshire Senate recently passed SB 130, a statewide voucher bill that creates “Education Freedom Accounts” for low- and moderate-income families. Immediately after...

Join us on Thursday, April 15, for a closer look at the state budget

The budget for the coming biennium has been passed by the House and is now headed to the Senate. Learn how the budget and...

‘High risk and low reward’: Higher education leaders weigh in on proposed college system...

On Friday, March 12, lawmakers heard testimony on Gov. Chris Sununu's proposed merger of the Community College System of New Hampshire and the University...

Resistance to HB 20 remains strong on day two of public hearing

Opposition to HB 20 continued to outstrip support during a second day of public testimony on Thursday. Altogether, 5,218 people signed on in opposition...