Nashua Democrats plead for more education funding
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Democrats gathered in the Gate City on Monday, urging legislators to adopt more education funding to help schools throughout the state.
“Because of budget shortages, schools across New Hampshire are struggling to recruit and keep talented teachers — and there are far too many layoffs,” Sen. Cindy Rosenwald said at the We Support Education Rally on Library Hill. “Again, the reality is that schools in New Hampshire are in crisis.”
Gov. Chris Sununu has presented a proposed two-year state budget of $13.1 billion, which includes $63 million in surplus funds for school building aid for select school districts.