Court Decisions Do Not Call for More Education Spending in NH

Posted on AllSides November 24th, 2023
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The long battle over equitable education funding does not end with the two decisions released last week. Rockingham County Superior Court Judge David Ruoff ruled the state needs to pay a higher percentage of public education costs and its methodology for administering the statewide property tax makes it unconstitutional. Those are the two latest decisions resulting from suits challenging the state’s education funding system dating back 30 years to the Claremont education lawsuit. The state Supreme Court originally ruled the state’s children had a fundamental right to an adequate education...

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