Column: Movement Builds to Reform School Funding in New Hampshire
Aug 31, 12:00 AM
In Newport recently, about 150 people from around New Hampshire attended an informational session on school funding presented by Andru Volinksy and John Tobin — two of the attorneys who helped litigate a series of state Supreme Court cases in the 1990s that established the state’s responsibility to pay for an “adequate” education. The gathering could also be characterized as the beginnings of a grass-roots movement in reaction to the school funding crisis that many cities and towns are now experiencing.
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