Some Takeaways on NH Education Spending Study by the NHCPPS

The New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies recently released a study titled Education Finance in New Hampshire – Headed to a Rural Crisis.  The Center is decidedly left of center, but the study is well worth the read because it contains a lot of useful information.  Here are some takeaways, albeit probably not the takeaways the authors intended.

First, by way of background, as I demonstrated ten years ago here and here, the Claremont decisions are political decisions.  That is, they are inconsistent with the text, the structure and the history of the New Hampshire Constitution and represent activist judges setting policy under the guise of interpreting the law.  In other words, the judges didn’t neutrally apply the law; they decided to write their policy preferences into the Constitution and attempted to make it appear that they were merely interpreting the Constitution. | More…

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