Access to strong public education in New Hampshire helps ensure a strong foundation for the health, prosperity, and overall well-being of all Granite Staters. Investments in public education from early childhood to higher education have the potential to provide long-term positive returns to local communities, their residents, and the overall New Hampshire economy. The State of New Hampshire has a fundamental responsibility to ensure that every Granite State child has the opportunity to receive a high quality public education. Yet, for years, the resources the state provides to local communities has fallen far short of what schools need to help children learn and thrive. Learn how businesses are getting involved and how we can achieve an equitable model of funding.
Panel moderated by Jeff Feingold (NHBR editor), Richard Ackerman, Red River VP of Workforce Development
Zach Sheehan, Project Director of the NH School Funding Fairness Project
Michael Turmelle, Director of Education and Career Initiatives at the NH Charitable Foundation Watch the recording below: