Tag Archives: ESA’s

Three Questions Raised by the Attorney General’s “Constitutional OK” of Education Savings Account

Three questions: First, what the hell took the Attorney General so long to correct the erroneous legal opinion that he rendered in April: | More at the Ed Mosca Blog

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What do Special Needs Students Need?

The whole premise of the anti-school-choice movement is that parents cannot be trusted to make sound educational decisions for their children. Still, it is jarring to hear people saying out loud that ESAs will harm special-needs children. These are precisely … Continue reading

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Exposing the Myths About Education Savings Accounts

Next week, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will consider SB 193, which would create education savings accounts (ESAs) that families could use to pay for private school tuition, tutoring, textbooks, online courses, educational therapy, and various homeschooling expenses using a portion … Continue reading

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N.H. House Early Action Could Advance Educational Choice Measure

When the New Hampshire House convenes in the first week of January in 2018, SB 193 will be on the agenda, establishing education savings accounts for the benefit of New Hampshire children meeting eligibility requirements. | Keep Reading at nhcornerstone.org

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SAU93 Monadnock’s Superintendent wants the best quality education for her kids, just not for your children

Monadnock’s Superintendent wants the best quality education for her kids, just not for your children.  (See her letter below) There is a heated battle taking place in New Hampshire right now.  SB193 is a proposed bill that would set up Education … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Will Education Savings Accounts Decimate Public Schools?

Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) will not decimate public school budgets, a report released today by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy shows. In fact, even using a high average cost for each ESA and a high ESA take up … Continue reading

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No Constitutional Issue With SB 193

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 … Continue reading

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Cornerstone: Education Choice Bill Advances on Bipartisan Vote

New Hampshire families just got a vote of confidence, as the House Education Committee narrowly recommended “ought to pass as amended” on SB 193. This important school-choice measure will go to the full House in January. | Read More at … Continue reading

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Moving Educational Freedom Forward

In a split decision, the House Education Committee passed an amended version of the Education Savings Account bill, SB 193. The 10 to 9 Ought to Pass as Amended (OTP/A) decision saw Democrats and Republicans on both sides of the vote; … Continue reading

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