Tag: Surveys

2018 Candidate Report Card

Granite Staters care about educational issues that impact our children’s lives and academic outcomes. To that end, School Choice for NH invites all state representative and senate candidates the opportunity to share their positions on various education policy issues. As concerned and engaged citizens, we encourage NH residents to ask state candidates about their views Read More

Education Bills Scheduled for Week of January 23, 2017

The Senate Education Committee will hold its first public hearings of the new session and the House Education Committee continues with more hearings and exec sessions on several important bills. This is the best chance to communicate with committee members and share your opinion. For the senate bills, sign the white sheet on a side Read More

Part 3 — 2016 Legislative Losses

This is part three in a series that will detail the 2016 legislation session. Like last year, this session had mixed results, and in many ways it was a tough year. However, we have a victory even here. Although several good bills failed, no bad bills passed. This is a major accomplishment. There are two Read More

2016 Legislation Highlights

This year was again a mixed-bag. Victories can be passing good bills into law, but as equally important, they can be defeating the bad ones. We had a couple important bills that were vetoed by the Governor, a few tough and surprising wins, and we defeated the worst that threatened school choice. Unfortunately there were Read More

2015 Education Legislation Highlights

2015 was a mixed bag for school choice and parents’ rights to direct their children’s education. While we won some, we lost many. The following bills are highlights of this legislative session. One of the most important victories this year was at the grassroots level — more parents and concerned citizens became engaged. This is Read More