Lawmakers Hear Bills To Change How Education Is Funded in NH
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Changes in the way the state raises money for education and distributes it back to communities drew large and sometimes emotional crowds to multiple House committees on Tuesday.
House Bill 678-FN is a Democratic effort that, if passed, would almost triple the amount of money provided for an adequate education from $3,561 per pupil to $9,929. It would add $802 per student for transportation costs.