Reliance on property taxes for funding means large differences in experiences and outcomes in...

Schools in New Hampshire rely on local property taxes for their funding. That means that some wealthier towns, like Bow, have more resources to pay...

Candia resident proposes property tax break for seniors without school-aged children

A Candia resident has filed a warrant article that would give property tax breaks to residents over 60 who don't have children in the...

Fall Mountain school budget aims to meet student needs despite reduced state funding

With its next budget, the Fall Mountain School Board is working to create a budget that balances student needs, proactive interventions, and a long-term...

NH DOE: Robotics grant deadline extended and new grants to become available next week

The New Hampshire Department of Education announced that the deadline for the Robotics Education Fund has been extended--and they've already seen a lot of...

Surplus provides building aid to local school districts for the first time in nearly...

According to the Union Leader, an estimated $19 million of state funds will be available for school building aid projects: School districts throughout the state...

Math programs don’t add up as Manchester teachers cobble together lessons, use old workbooks

Manchester schools started their third year without a common, district-wide math curriculum, reported the Union Leader. Here's an excerpt: Critics, some who asked to speak...

20 Years Later: Supreme Court Decision on Ed Funding and its Impact on NH

New Hampshire Magazine explored the Supreme Court's nearly 20-year old decision on education funding and what it's meant for New Hampshire schools. Here's an...

On average, N.H. teachers get paid more in wealthy communities

Teacher salaries differ widely between districts in New Hampshire, and according to one school board chairman, the state's funding formula is a major factor...

State House Dome: Education funding solutions redux

Sunday's edition of the State House Dome in the Union Leader featured the education funding formula and the study released by the NH Center...

Report finds disparity in state education funding persists 20 years after Claremont decision

Disparities in education are getting worse, according to a study done by the NH Center for Public Policy Studies. Here's an excerpt from the Keene...

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