The Manifest Educational Hardship (MEH) statute is in RSA 193:3. As currently written, school boards are required to adopt policies consistent with the state BOE rules (Ed 320) which require families to demonstrate that a hardship exists at the assigned school, but hardship is not defined and is a subjective decision. | Keep Reading at School Choice for NH
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