NEO conducted a survey of families who have been helped with scholarships and we know you’ll be interested in the results.
 
How have NEO scholarships improved education for children?
 
Parents speak:
 
“No more exposure to bullying, drugs or arrests in school… amazing difference in my daughter – her attitude about school has really changed… very stimulating environment at my daughter’s new school… the school is able to give the individualized, accelerated instruction my
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The time to fund education that spikes achievement, remedies poor results, and prevents bullying is now—businesses, too, benefit
 
New Hampshire Education Tax Credits for businesses are available until June 15, 2015. Applications and contributions directly to NEO can be done here www.networkforeducation.org.
 
Businesses should apply for the Education Tax Credit by June 15th to drive down the costs of education for the state while helping needy students.  Education Tax
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The time to fund education that spikes achievement, remedies poor results, and prevents bullying is now—businesses, too, benefit
 
 
Concord, NH  — The Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO) announced today that the New Hampshire Education Tax Credits for businesses are available on January 1, 2015. Applications and contributions directly to NEO can be done here www.networkforeducation.org.
 
Businesses should apply for the Education Tax Credit by June 15th to drive
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Lilly is a fifth grader at the Monadnock Waldorf School, thanks to you and a NEO scholarship. We received a beautiful letter from her mother, Heather, this week.
 
Life has not been easy for Lilly. Due to family problems outside her mother’s control, her life has been unpredictable and distressing. The one almost-constant for her has been her Waldorf school, but her mother has not been able to afford to send her every year.
 

Heather writes:
When I first learned about
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On August 28, 2014, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that parents have the right to use scholarships funded by private contributions via the NH education tax credit for schools of their choice, including religious schools – that the plaintiffs had no standing in the case. Because donations to a scholarship organization are donated by businesses and are not government dollars, the highest court in NH said these plaintiffs had no grounds on which to make their claims that
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