If the Education Savings Account (ESA) program proposed in Senate Bill 193 becomes law, school district operating budgets can be expected to decline on average by a mere 0.14 percent in the program’s first year, leaving districts with 99.86 percent of their operating budgets intact, based on the performance of school choice programs in other states. | Keep Reading at Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy
Josiah Bartlett: SB 193’s Expected Impact on NH School Districts
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