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Budget replaces targeted aid with tax cut, disproportionately benefitting owners of higher valued properties

The New Hampshire state budget for 2022-2023 replaces a targeted property tax relief fund with a $100 million cut to the statewide education property...

District-by-District Analysis of SB 130, the Statewide Voucher Bill, and Implications for Local Property...

The New Hampshire Senate recently passed SB 130, a statewide voucher bill that creates “Education Freedom Accounts” for low- and moderate-income families. Immediately after...

Education Funding in the 2022-2023 State Budget

New Hampshire's public schools are facing a steep drop in state funding, partially due to pandemic-related enrollment fluctuations. Proposals brought forth by House budget...

Analysis finds that 38% of NH students would be eligible for vouchers under SB...

On Thursday, March 18, the New Hampshire Senate will vote on Senate Bill (SB) 130, a bill that would create a taxpayer-funded “Education Freedom...

Analysis: HB 20, statewide voucher bill, could cost state $50-100 million in new state...

Lawmakers are considering the country’s most expansive voucher program, House Bill 20, which would allow families to receive between $3,700 and $8,400 per student...

The most expansive voucher program in the country released as top priority in NH...

A new bill that would create the country’s first nearly universal voucher program has been introduced as the top priority for lawmakers in the...

Policy Brief: Teacher Salary Schedules in New Hampshire

These policy briefs explore variations in salaries across New Hampshire, focusing exclusively on salary step schedule data for NH-certified teachers with Bachelor’s degrees, and...

Technical Assistance: The Drive to 65 Act

The intent of this publication is to provide stakeholders with an orientation to and interpretation of SB 276. This document may be used as...

Review of State’s Charter Schools Estimates 1,083 Open Seats in 2018-2019

On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, our Board of Directors issued a statement regarding this analysis. To read it, click here. Reaching Higher NH’s most recent...

Analysis finds that doubling charter schools in NH could cost state $57 million...

In response to the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee’s request for more information on charter school funding, Reaching Higher NH conducted a fiscal impact analysis...