Board of Education, Charlestown continue withdrawal plan discussions
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Despite lingering concerns about how funding will be apportioned between the remaining towns in the Fall Mountain School District should Charlestown leave, the New Hampshire Board of Education said Thursday that it will not require the Fall Mountain Withdrawal Study Committee to provide a possible formula.

In a second discussion of the Charlestown withdrawal plan, the New Hampshire Board of Education returned the plan to the committee again, this time to include more details about unanswered liability apportionments such as contractual sick-time back pay to teachers and the educational impact for Fall Mountain should Charlestown leave.

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