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...

Education Funding in the 2022-2023 State Budget

New Hampshire's public schools are facing a steep drop in state funding, partially due to pandemic-related enrollment fluctuations. Proposals brought forth by House budget...

New Hampshire residents oppose vouchers in latest Granite State Poll

According to the latest UNH Granite State Poll (GSP), nearly half (45%) of New Hampshire residents do not support school vouchers like those proposed...

New Hampshire Supreme Court sends ConVal school funding lawsuit back to lower court for...

The New Hampshire Supreme Court issued a ruling on the ConVal lawsuit on Tuesday, March 23, ordering the case back to the Cheshire County...

Analysis finds that 38% of NH students would be eligible for vouchers under SB...

On Thursday, March 18, the New Hampshire Senate will vote on Senate Bill (SB) 130, a bill that would create a taxpayer-funded “Education Freedom...

‘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...

NH Education Roundup, March 15, 2021

In this week’s NH Education News Brief: House Finance Committee to hold hearing on state budget; NH communities slash school budgets; bill limiting authority...

Make your voice heard: Public hearing on state budget scheduled for next week

Lawmakers who are crafting the state budget for the next biennium are seeking public input next week.  The full House Finance Committee will have a...

Privatization and expansion bills “designed to avoid dealing with the real problem” of inequitable...

This week, the House and Senate Education Committees are scheduled to vote on a number of key privatization bills, including SB 130, which would...

School: Whose bright idea was it, anyway? Check out our new history in comics

Not so long ago, school was one of the most predictable aspects of life -- like dad jokes and those baby carrots that always...