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A 'fix-it' that will break NH education
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Mar 21, 9:57 AM:

Editorial urges defeat of proposed NH state constitutional amendment to give the legislature "full discretion" in setting standards and state funding, pulling back court-ordered responsibility from the governor. Much about whether >

NH gov to highlight reduced dropout rate at school
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Mar 18, 3:52 PM:

NH House passes bill to lower high school dropout age from 18 to 16. Tell us why they did this. Apparently the state's dropout rate is under 1% and Gov fears lowering age could be an economic disaster. What's the impetus behind >

Editorial: Amendment won't solve education funding woes
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Mar 17, 8:18 AM:

State Senate takes up House-approved constitutional amendment that would give Legislature "full discretion" in deciding ed funding levels and standards. Editorial says it's a bad idea as courts already gave lawmakers the job and >

NH House committee recommends passage of targeted aid amendment
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Mar 10, 11:06 AM:

NH House Committee on Ed. Funding passes vote for constitutional amendment that would allow Legislature to target state aid to neediest communities. Unknown why this is being considered now, since related Supreme Court decision >

Northern Pass opponents show up in force
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Mar 10, 10:55 AM:

NH House committee recommends approval of proposed constitutional amendment to give lawmakers sole control over school standards, accountability and funding. History of this fight important but not addressed. For readers who >

NH speaker's school funding proposal gets hearing
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Mar 7, 2:39 PM:

Brief announcement about public hearing on NH House Speaker's plan to give Legislature power to define what it means to provide an adequate education, and "keep education funding decisions out of the courts". Reader left clueless >

Better schools: Charting a new course
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Mar 7, 6:46 AM:

Changes to the state's weak charter law being proposed would make funding more equitable and permanent. It's supported by editorial board but who else? Supposedly this will be a big fight, but who's behind the fighting and what's >

Lawmakers may cap school construction funds
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Feb 14, 11:49 AM:

State House considers legislation to cap school construction aid at $50 million. Unclear which districts are in greatest need of construction improvements and how cap will affect them.

House considers changes to N.H. school funding
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Feb 13, 10:42 AM:

State school aid under review. Unclear if communities are getting same level of funding now or if disadvantaged communities are getting more. No mention of impetus behind change nor  timeframe for passing new bill. Left clueless >

Bill to drop mandatory kindergarten fails 12-3
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Feb 11, 11:22 AM:

Plenty of decisions for Granite State legislators, one big theme: state vs. local. Without details of where the system's failing, it's unclear what needs fixing. 

NH Senate has new education funding plan
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Feb 10, 12:53 PM:

The practice of donor towns in NH to be eliminated under a new education funding plan.  Considers one aspect of the bill, but leaves commentary vague.  Addresses the issue of stabalizing funding, but doesn't explain how stability >

N.H. bills divide home-school parents at hearing
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Feb 9, 1:34 PM:

Hearings on home school regs divide parents over state interference. Missing info: achievement rates for home schooled kids and what will intervention look like.

Charter Success Despite State Laws
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Jan 31, 2:16 PM:

Conveys the difficulties for charter schools in NH and many other states.  While the advantage of some schools were explained, the success record of charters were not discussed, limiting the discussion surround laws.

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