In theNews

Reaching Higher's research and analyses are regularly cited in the news, and we provide briefings and interviews to members of the media. Below are some recent articles that feature our work or insights.

Boston Globe, August 2023

PragerU course recommended in NH for high school credit

NH Business Review, June 2023

Ignoring litigation, NH lawmakers took a stab at addressing ed funding in 2023

Boston Globe, June 2023

Education experts concerned about a ‘seismic’ shift in N.H. rules

Union Leader, May 2023

Zack Sheehan: Budget proposal exacerbates unfair school taxes | Op-eds  

Boston Globe, April 2023

Report N.H. education spending up $1 billion over 20 years, even as enrollment declined

Boston Globe, February 2023

Will new education funding reach N.H. districts most in need? 

Concord Monitor, February 2023

Education funding formula, voucher expansion, and computer science are topics of interest in state budget 

NH Bulletin, February 2023

Pay hikes, school funding, licensing reform highlight Sununu budget address 

New Hampshire Public Radio, January 2023

What education issues to watch at the NH State House: School choice, parents’ rights and more

From Student Voice to Student Power—Issue #7, January 2023

Elon Musk, A New Platform, and a New Law in New Hampshire

Union Leader, January 2023

Letter: Transparency needed in state education standards | Letters to the Editor  

Public News Service, December 2022

Groups Call for Halt to Revisions of NH Public School Standards

NH Bulletin, December 2022

Fate of state’s public schools looms large as a new legislative session approaches

New Hampshire Public Radio, December 2022

N.H. Department of Education looks to expand school choice eligibility next year 

New Hampshire Bulletin, November 2022

Republicans voice support for expanding ‘education freedom account’ program 

Union Leader, November 2022

Charlene Lovett: Is it right that New Hampshire pays only 28% of public education? | Op-eds 

Valley News, October 2022

Column: New Hampshire can fix how it pays for education

Valley News, October 2022

Editorial: Keeping teachers in NH

New Hampshire Bulletin, October 2022

Taxpayers ask court to block statewide education property tax

Concord Monitor, September 2022

Committee looks to retirees as a way to fill teaching positions

Concord Monitor, September 2022

Draft school rule changes challenged by Reaching Higher NH

InDepthNH, August 2022

State’s Education Funding System Is a Mess

New Hampshire Bulletin, July 2022

New education funding lawsuit focuses on town-to-town inequality of property taxes – New Hampshire Bulletin

Concord Monitor, June 2022

Top issues for Granite Staters heading into 2022 elections

New Hampshire Bulletin, June 2022

After big legislative wins in 2021, conservatives rack up few education victories in 2022 – New Hampshire Bulletin

InDepthNH, March 2022

The Youth Risk Behavior Survey in N.H. – Should Parents Opt In Or Opt Out? 

The Nation., March 2022

How Progressives Won the School Culture War—in New Hampshire! | The Nation

New Hampshire Bulletin, February 2022

Commentary: The dark money behind the push for vouchers, ‘divisive concepts’ legislation

New Hampshire Bulletin, February 2022

New rules bar schools from entering mandatory remote learning for COVID-19

New Hampshire Public Radio, February 2022

N.H. lawmakers consider bill to modify academic requirements for public schools 

New Hampshire Public Radio, January 2022

What’s behind a sharp drop in N.H.’s public school enrollment? 

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, January 2022

Viewpoint: A tug-of-war over students and taxes

Laconia Daily Sun, January 2022

Marcia Hayward: Credit where credit is due for increase in taxes to Laconia | Letters To Editor 

The Keene Sentinel, January 2022

Sentinel Editorial: Undermining education; NH’s school voucher proponents aim to pass their most harmful effort yet