Education savings accounts are the next stage in New Hampshire’s tradition of providing public funding for educational opportunities

Concord, N.H.—The Granite Institute today released two new reports to help policymakers, community leaders, and education advocates understand K-12 education savings accounts or ESAs.

The first report explores New Hampshire’s history of providing public funding for children to learn at private schools, and the second report explains how ESAs work in other states. | Keep Reading at Granite Institute.org

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