In the News

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.


Draft school rule changes challenged by Reaching Higher NH, Concord Monitor, September 15, 2022

State’s Education Funding System is a Mess, InDepth NH, August 20, 2022

New education funding lawsuit focuses on town-to-town inequality of property taxes, New Hampshire Bulletin, July 14, 2022

After big legislative victories in 2021, conservatives rack up few education victories in 2022, New Hampshire Bulletin, June 9, 2022

The Youth Risk Behavior Survey in NH — Should parents opt in or opt out?, InDepth NH, March 24, 2022

How Progressives Won the School Culture War — in New Hampshire!, The Nation, March 15, 2022

Commentary: The dark money behind the push for vouchers, ‘divisive concepts’ legislation, New Hampshire Bulletin, February 25, 2022

NH lawmakers consider bill to modify academic requirements for public schools, New Hampshire Public Radio, February 17, 2022

Undermining education: NH’s school voucher proponents aim to pass their most harmful effort yet, Keene Sentinel, January 4, 2022

Donor towns, tax cuts, and the elusive education funding solution, New Hampshire Bulletin, June 23, 2021

Here’s why Tri-City leaders say Sunun’s NH school voucher plans will hurt public schools, Foster’s Daily Democrat, June 23, 2021

Quick decisions will leave lasting mark on colleges after pandemic-tinged school year, Union Leader, June 20, 2021

Again school funding is in legislative crosshairs, New Hampshire Business Review, June 17, 2021

How many families would use ‘education freedom accounts’? It’s hard to say, New Hampshire Bulletin, June 16, 2021

House Budget Faces Nail-biting Final Vote This Week, Union Leader, April 3, 2021

Education Turns 180 Degrees in a Matter of Months, InDepth NH, January 31, 2021

‘Education Freedom Accounts’ Back in the NH State House, New Hampshire Public Radio, January 22, 2021


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