We routinely send our analysis and recommendations to all NH Representatives and Senators before their votes. Last weekend one legislator, Representative John Mann from Alstead, replied saying that in general parents are too uninformed and disengaged to direct their children’s education. Below is his email to us and our response. March 18, 2017 I beg to
“The most basic question is not what is best, but who shall decide what is best.” — Thomas Sowell Education Savings Accounts, also referred to as ESAs, are the next evolution in school choice. While they are new to New Hampshire, they are not new to other states. Education Savings Accounts are funds that children
Save the Date: January 24th, 2017 School Choice for New Hampshire invites you to join us to celebrate National School Choice Week 2017! Special Guest: Governor-elect Chris Sununu When: Tuesday, January 24th at 4pm Where: Currier Museum of Art, 150 Ash Street, Manchester, NH Hosted by: School Choice for NH, Children’s Scholarship Fund New Hampshire, NH Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Granite
What exactly is school choice? School Choice is a term used extensively in political, education policy, and advocate circles, but what does it mean? In the strictest sense it refers to the various educational institutions available to families, namely public, charter, private and religious schools. This is the most widely accepted definition across the country.
This time of year is for reflection and thankfulness. We want to thank our generous donors and supporters for helping the Newport Montessori School fund their legal costs in the fight for school choice. Your generous donations allow the school to focus on education expenses that directly benefit the students, instead of the unexpected legal
Newport Montessori School is a participating school in the Croydon school choice program, and as such, is involved in their legal battles with the state Department of Education and Attorney General. They need our support to fund these additional legal costs. Croydon is a tiny town in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. They provide Kindergarten
New Hampshire has numerous small towns that do not provide in-district education for their entire student population, and there is a rich variety of ways they provide educational options. The Granite Institute recently published a white paper about these various options, called How New Hampshire Provides Small Towns with Access to Schools. It is authored