Compromise full-day kindergarten plan heads to Legislature

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire lawmakers appointed to develop a compromise plan to provide public funding for full-day kindergarten reached a deal Thursday, moving one of Republican Gov. Chris Sununu’s priorities another step forward.

Nearly 75 percent of New Hampshire communities already offer full-day kindergarten, but the state only pays half the standard per-student amount for those pupils, or about $1,800. |More…

| AP

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