House passes school funding bill, teacher workforce study group; tables school...

The NH House of Representatives passed several bills during a two-day session May 4 and 5 including SB 420, creating a $25 million extraordinary...

House committee revives school budget cap bill 

The House Municipal and County Government Committee recommended adding HB 1393, the bill that would have allowed school district voters to impose a school...

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...

Amendment to “extraordinary need” grant bill would increase special education funding,...

On Monday, April 11, House Education Chair Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) introduced three amendments to Senate Bill (SB) 420 that would increase state funding for...

Join the NH Education Network on February 22 for a close-up...

The NH Education Network will meet on Tuesday, January 22, at 3:30 p.m., for a webinar about the state of school funding in NH! This meeting...

House lawmakers table HB 607, the local school voucher bill

New Hampshire lawmakers have voted to table House Bill 607, which would create a locally-funded school voucher program, at their opening session on Thursday,...

As local school voucher bill goes to the full House, a...

HB 607, a proposed law that would create local school vouchers funded by school district budgets, drew strong opposition at a public hearing last...

3 key takeaways on K-12 school enrollment trends in NH

The overall number of children schooled in New Hampshire -- including public, charter, private, and homeschooling -- decreased by 1% between October 2020 and...

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...

School voucher program will cost public schools over $477K after “phase-out”...

According to data from the New Hampshire Department of Education, the state will send $477,183 to local public school districts to make up for...