Tag Archives: ESA’s

Educational Opportunities Outside the Cookie Cutter School System

Not all kids learn the same, and parents and families need educational opportunities other than the “cookie cutter” school system we currently have. Dawn explains that the different personal choices we make in our daily lives should be reflected in … Continue reading

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Who Will Be Accountable for Students Left Behind?

Senate Bill 193, to establish an Education Savings Account program for New Hampshire families, was simple and efficient. Then the House Finance Committee got hold of it. In the name of saving money, the proposed committee amendment dramatically reduces eligibility … Continue reading

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UNH Poll: NH Voters Support Education Savings Accounts

Although most Granite Staters are unfamiliar with the education savings accounts (ESAs), a clear majority of those who have an opinion about ESAs are in favor of them, according to a new poll by the University of New Hampshire. | More at … Continue reading

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Michelle Levell: Ask Your Legislators to Support School Choice

The House Finance Committee is considering SB 193, the Education Savings Account bill, and we expect them to schedule a session soon to vote on it. We need people to write to the committee urging them to support this critical … Continue reading

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Family Profile: Putting Pieces Together

This profile is from a single mom, a widow, who needed alternatives for her bright daughter. She managed to put the pieces together at a private school and today supports the Education Savings Account bill, SB 193, because it would put … Continue reading

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The Unhidden Front Door to State Overreach: School Vouchers

The public hearing for SB 193, which entangles public, private, and homeschooling by expanding State funding, was yesterday. SB 193 titles itself “Education Freedom Savings Accounts” and if that’s what it was I would support it. | Keep Reading at Free … Continue reading

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Josiah Bartlett: SB 193’s Expected Impact on NH School Districts

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 … Continue reading

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