Tag Archives: SB 193

Michelle Levell: Empower Families with Opportunities

Please join families across the state to support SB 193, a bill that will empower families with more opportunities for their children’s education. Please consider testifying before the committee. This is the best opportunity for the legislature to hear from you, … Continue reading

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ESA Forum in Deerfield

Join us for this important discussion about Education Savings Accounts and SB 193 on January 11th in Deerfield — free and open to the public! | More at School Choice for NH

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HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER, EDUCATION CHAIR APPLAUD PASSAGE OF EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS BILL

CONCORD- House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) and House Education Committee Chairman Rick Ladd (R-Haverhill) released the following statements in response to the passage of SB193, relative to establishing education freedom savings accounts for students,  by a vote of 184-162. |Read … 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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“Many parents cannot afford private schools; SB-193 will help”

If a contractor did a good job for you but a bad job for your neighbor would you force your neighbor to keep rehiring the same contractor? Would you tell your neighbor to hire a second contractor to follow the … 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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Debunking the Top 5 Myths About SB 193

The House Education Committee meets on Wednesday, Nov. 8, to consider Senate Bill 193, a bill to establish Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) in New Hampshire.  This briefing paper dispels several myths about the bill. | Read More at Josiah Bartlett Center for … 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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School Choice for NH: Financial Impact of Education Savings Accounts

Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) will put educational opportunities within reach for low-income children across the Granite State. The NH House Education Committee will vote on an amended version of Senate Bill 193, the proposed ESA bill, on Wednesday, November 8th. Many … Continue reading

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