Tag Archives: SB 193

ESA bill in House Finance Committee

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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Mayor Joyce Craig’s SB 193 Math Problem Suggests She Could Benefit from More Education Choices

Like many Democrats, Mayor Joyce Craig appears to have an issue with regard to exaggeration. She’s made some remarkable declarations to the NH House Finance Committee about the financial cost to Manchester Schools if SB 193 becomes law. | Keep Reading 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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New Hampshire Education Savings Account Bill Passed By Committee, Heads to House

A school choice bill in New Hampshire passed a major milestone in November 2017 when it was passed by the state’s House education committee. Senate Bill 193 was originally designed to create an expansive education savings account (ESA) program that would allow nearly … 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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Family Profile: A Child with Special Needs Thrives in a Private School

Within two days of sharing his son’s experience, Sasha was blocked from posting or commenting in the group, presumably because the administrators disagree with his opinion regarding educational options for children with special needs and SB 193. His story is … Continue reading

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School Choice Legislation: Schedule for Week of January 15, 2018

The 2018 session is well underway with a full slate of hearings in multiple committees. We are monitoring several bills and those will include our analysis and recommendations. As a courtesy, we list additional bills and meetings relevant to education … Continue reading

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School choice poses no threat to great or good public schools

Reviewing his 1/9/18 column, one has to wonder if E. Scott Cracraft intentionally tries to mislead readers, if he just doesn’t care about children getting a decent start in life, if he’s blind to public education’s failures, or if he … Continue reading

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Family Profile: One Size Does Not Fit All

A lot of people ask me why I support SB193.  The answer is complicated.  I am the mother of a child with multiple learning challenges.  My child has autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and dysgraphia.  My child originally attended our local public … Continue reading

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