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Loss of $89 million in state funding could mean budgetary collapse for NH schools

New Hampshire public schools will face an $89 million loss in state funding in 2022 without further action from lawmakers, according to documents from...

NH Education Roundup, Jan. 19, 2021

In this week's Education News Brief: NEA-NH presses Gov. Sununu on teacher vaccination schedule; new data on in-person learning and COVID-19 spread released; communities anticipate...

NH Education Roundup, Jan. 11, 2021

In this week's Education News Brief: Executive Council accepts charter school grant money, Sununu addresses school funding, preschool/kindergarten enrollment declines, Concord School District pilots web monitoring...

NH Education Roundup, Nov. 9, 2020

In this issue of Reaching Higher NH's Education News Brief: The School Funding Commission discusses Career and Technical Education and other categorical aid programs;...

NH Education Roundup, Nov. 2, 2020

In this issue of Reaching Higher NH’s Education News Brief: Manchester West High School students address the School Funding Commission; Reaching Higher raises questions...

NH Education Roundup, Oct. 19, 2020

In this issue of Reaching Higher NH's Education News Brief: Gov. Sununu announces $45 million for schools; School Funding Commission hears from Massachusetts policy experts...

District leaders, educators express funding frustrations to Education Committee

Educators and school officials addressed the Joint Legislative Education Committee on Wednesday, October 7, sharing success stories related to school openings while also describing...

School Funding Commission welcomes youth input: Sept. 23 and Oct. 7

The Commission to Study School Funding is hosting two public comment sessions dedicated to youth voices. On September 23rd and October 7th, from 4...

Reaching Higher NH School Funding Survey Analysis

In the winter of 2020, Reaching Higher New Hampshire released a survey which sought to gather data on the public’s perception of how public...
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“It’s penny wise and pound foolish”: Teachers reflect on how disparities in pay affect...

Every year around mid summer, the dreaded courtesy phone calls between school superintendents begin. One district unexpectedly loses a teacher to a higher paying...

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