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Jumpstarting a new career
New Hampshire's young people are learning sound personal financial management skills. Leading the effort is Dan Hebert, who left a career in consumer lending to become president of the New Hampshire Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy.
Deconstructing the myths: housing development versus school costs
William Ray [sic] of the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority analyzes the connection between housing development and accelerating public school spending in the Granite State.
New Hampshire’s quest for a constitutionally adequate education
A September 8, 2006, ruling by the New Hampshire Supreme Court that the Granite State?s current education financing system is unconstitutional was the latest in a long string of court decisions, legislative responses, and subsequent court opinions that have made school funding one of the state?s most contentious issues. In its opinion, the Supreme Court gave New Hampshire lawmakers until July 2007 to define a constitutionally adequate education, implying that legislative failure could lead to a court-mandated system. This report summarizes how the issue of defining and funding an adequate ...