In a recent letter to the editor, published in the Nashua Telegraph Donald Jean suggested that New Hampshire's Education Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (STC) program would not help the poor, writing "I don’t envision any poor parent saying, 'All I need is a $2,500 scholarship to send my child to a $6,500-a-year private school.'" Mr. Jean's concern is admirable but misplaced.

In our work on the Education Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit program thus far we have heard from so
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The newly enacted business tax-credit education scholarship program is under attack. There is a bill that has been submitted in the NH House, HB 370, that would repeal our entire scholarship program!

Families need options and the education tax credit scholarships level the playing field for needy families in our communities. Thus far, 250 children have applied.

The hearing for HB 370 will be held Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 12:30pm in Representative Hall in the State House,Read More...

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BARRINGTON, NH - TURBOCAM International, in partnership with the Network for Educational Opportunity, announces a Scholarship Information Night to be held January 24th (Thurs.) 7:00 to 8:30PM, bringing school options and scholarship information to families.
 
Thanks to a law passed by the New Hampshire legislature, families may be eligible for financial need-based scholarship awards to pay tuition at an independent/private school, a public school outside of their district, or
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