WEBINAR: Budget and Tax Caps in New Hampshire

Our policy Director, Christina Pretorius, was joined by Zack Sheehan, Project Director of the New Hampshire School Funding Fairness Project, to provide an overview...

House Education Committee stops NH DOE effort to remove core academic...

On Tuesday, March 8, the House Education Committee amended House Bill (HB) 1671 to preserve the state’s laws around the content and requirements for...

HB 1671 would cut core knowledge domains, eliminate art, world language,...

On Tuesday, February 15, NH Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut and Representative Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) introduced to the House Education Committee House Bill (HB) 1671,...

7 Key Ed Policy Trends to Watch in 2022

The new legislative session is starting off in full force. Both the House and Senate’s Education Committees have public hearings scheduled through the month...

WEBINAR: Info session on HB 607, NH’s Local School Voucher Bill

On Monday, December 20, Reaching Higher New Hampshire hosted this information session on HB 607, the local school voucher bill. We offered an overview...

10 things to know about HB 607, the local school voucher...

The House Education Committee has recommended that lawmakers pass House Bill 607, a proposed law that would create local school vouchers that are directly...

Demographics, the pandemic, and the bubble class: Public schools continue to...

New Hampshire’s student population has been steadily declining since its peak in the early 2000s, according to data released by the New Hampshire Department...

Exploring Key Traits and Practices to Build Exemplary Career Pathway Systems

Career pathways and credentialing are rapidly developing topics across K-12 education systems in New Hampshire and nationwide. Over the past five years, there have...

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: Senate Bill 148: the Career and Technical Education Omnibus...

On August 8, 2021, Governor Chris Sununu signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 148, the Career and Technical Education Omnibus Bill. SB 148 had...

Budget replaces targeted aid with tax cut, disproportionately benefitting owners of...

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...