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Division II Work Session on HB 562, reducing stabilization grants and eliminating the cap, on March 2 at 3:30 PM

The House Finance Committee will hold a Division II Work Session on HB 562 at 3:30 PM on Monday, March 2 at LOB 209.

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Local lawmakers call for fairness in education funding

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Education funding will be a major focus in the city again today, as state lawmakers continue to mull over the budget for next year. 84 more words

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Senate Republicans Outbid Governor In Education Wish List

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republicans in the Minnesota Senate want to spend more money on education than the state’s Democratic governor does.

Sen. Sean Nienow says the Republican proposal would total around $450 million in extra school funding over the next two years. 108 more words

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Senate Education Committee votes "Ought to Pass" on SB 228, making significant changes to the NH education funding formula and providing for full day kindergarten

The Senate Education Committee voted “Ought to Pass” on SB 228. The bill would make several adjustments to the education funding formula, including sending the full per pupil funding to communities for kindergarten students.   34 more words

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Division II Work Session on HB 563, increasing charter school funding, on March 3 at 1:00 PM

The House Finance Committee will hold a Division II Work Session on HB 563 at 1:00 PM on Tuesday, March 3 at LOB 209.

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Sponsors of SB 228 make the case for full-day kindergarten--Seacoast Online

Senators Nancy Stiles (SD-24), David Boutin (SD-16), David Watters (SD-4), and Dan Feltes (SD-15), sponsors of SB 228–which would provide for full day kindergarten for New Hampshire’s youth–wrote an… 244 more words

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House Education Committee votes "Ought to Pass" on HB 562, reducing stabilization grants and eliminating the cap

The House Education Committee voted “Ought to Pass” on HB 562. The bill would reduce a district’s stabilization grant to 95.4 percent of the 2012 stabilization grant and eliminate the cap on growing districts, with the intention of making the fiscal impact of the bill roughly neutral. 9 more words

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