In January, the New Hampshire House is expected to vote on Senate Bill 193. The bill provides that an “eligible student” can receive a grant from the State equal to 95 percent of the per-pupil funding the State provides to municipalities to pay for the cost of an “adequate education” (currently $3,636.00) in order to fund an “education freedom savings account.” | Keep Reading at the Ed Mosca Blog
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