The House Education and House Ways & Means Committees will hold work sessions on Thursday, February 7 on key education funding-related bills.
WAYS & MEANS (LOB 202), STARTING AT 9 AM
HB 686, Relative to Calculating and Funding The Interim Cost Of An Opportunity For An Adequate Education and Extending The Interest and Dividends Tax to Capital Gains
HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEE (LOB 207), STARTING AT 10 AM
HB 709, Relative to The Formula For Determining Funding For An Adequate Education
HB 678, Relative to State Funding Of The Cost Of An Opportunity For An Adequate Education For All New Hampshire Students
HB 713, Relative to Education Funding
HB 711, Relative to Funding An Adequate Education
Interested in learning more about the education funding formula? Check out the first four parts of our five-part series breaking it down and stay tuned to learn more about how we are paying for school in New Hampshire:
- Part One: The big question for 2019: How will we pay for our schools?
- Part Two: Is an “adequate education” adequate for our students?
- Part Three: Stabilization Grants: A vital part of the formula for NH’s most vulnerable communities
- Part Four: SWEPT: State Education Property Tax: Locally raised, locally kept
- Part Five: School Building Aid: What is the history of building aid and how does it help districts? What is the current state of the building aid fund? (Coming soon!)