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...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

Technical Assistance: Considerations for Public School Funding in the Pandemic and...

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Where do New Hampshire students go to school? 3 key takeaways...

Enrollment in public district schools, private schools, and homeschool programs dropped between 2021 and 2022, according to recent data released by the NH Department...

Proposed funding package would give a $100 million boost in state...

House Bill (HB) 529 would restore two state funding sources for high-poverty school districts and school districts with low tax capacity in New Hampshire.  Key...