How taxes rise while enrollment drops in N.H. school districts

No one in this article blames unrealistic union contracts, salaries, benefits, administrative costs, …and whose fault are they?

“The state’s process for funding public education puts school systems and property owners in adversarial roles,” Mark MacLean, the superintendent for SAU 46, wrote in a November letter. “The lack of control property owners feel with increasing tax bills at times compels folks to look scornfully at their local education system. As a result, the public perception of the value of education is eroding.” | More…

*| Concord Monitor

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