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...

PODCAST: Ready, Set, Graduate

What do today’s graduates need in order to succeed and thrive? One school district is taking a hard look at itself to answer that...

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...

The Next Stage: We caught up with eight students from one high school music...

Part Two of a Two-Part Series The music room at Merrimack Valley High School looms large in the memory of students who found themselves there...

Follow your dreams (but please come back): Why young people leave the Granite State...

Part One of a Two-Part Series “Pathways” has become a buzzword of late in the world of education. Increasingly, educators and policy makers are...

Town-by-Town Analysis: Senate Finance proposal leaves schools $25 million short, despite jump in state...

On Friday, May 29, the Senate Finance Committee finalized its version of the state budget for the 2022-2023 biennium. A new analysis by Reaching...

School vouchers to be included in state budget proposal, but drop in funding for...

On Wednesday, May 26, the Senate Finance Committee voted 5-2 to include SB 130, the school voucher bill, into the larger state budget package....

NH Education Roundup, May 25, 2021

In this week’s NH Education News Roundup: NH Charitable Foundation decries failures to fairly fund education; House Ed Committee retains SB 135; more superintendents...