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As the state has struggled with how best to finance its public schools, we have produced relevant data and projections regarding school finance reform for the state legislature, news media, and local officials. We have critiqued existing costing and distribution formulae and have developed alternatives. In addition, we have compiled and analyzed data trends on NH's public university and community college systems.
Our work aims to shed light on discussions about the quality of public education in New Hampshire and how to ensure that schools are accountable for achieving the goals that state and local policies have set. This topic is part of the debate about public education that has swirled since the Claremont decisions of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and that has continued through more recent education reform efforts.
All of the Center's reports, presentations and other work are available, free of charge, to anyone with an interest in good information.