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House passes budget that would boost education funding by $164 million over 2 years

The House passed the budget bills that lay out the state budget for 2020 and 2021 on Thursday by a vote of...

Weekly Legislative Update: Governor Sununu delivers budget address, Senate holds public hearing on bill...

Last week, Governor Sununu delivered his budget address to the joint House and Senate, the House Education subcommittee wrapped up their work on key...

While the building aid program is in moratorium, schools have to find alternative ways...

Since 1955, the state of New Hampshire has supported local school districts with building and maintaining their public schools. It was one vital part...

Governor Sununu emphasizes school infrastructure fund, STEM, and school choice in State of the...

In his State of the State address, Governor Sununu outlined his 2018 policy priorities, which included the Public School Infrastructure Fund, STEM, and school...

Surplus provides building aid to local school districts for the first time in nearly...

According to the Union Leader, an estimated $19 million of state funds will be available for school building aid projects: School districts throughout the state...

Letter: Schools are the lifeblood of any community

Hampton resident Juli Snaer wrote this letter to the editor of Seacoast Online: To the Editor: In just about every community, voters largely impact the school system....

Foster’s Daily Dem: School building aid is part of state’s obligation to a quality...

The Foster's Daily Democrat Editorial Board urged legislators to lift the moratorium on school building aid, citing the growing number of schools in dire...

Lack of building aid makes access to the basics difficult in some NH schools

With over $650 million in potential projects, New Hampshire's school building aid program is one of the top issues of this legislative session. Since...

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