SB 193 remains an unjustified attack on N.H. public schools

As a result, restrictions were added to the “educational savings account” or ESA voucher plan; that is, it would apply to “low income” families (for example, a family of four making less than $73,600 per year), students with a special education plan, and students unable to enroll in a charter school or …

Source: My Turn: SB 193 remains an unjustified attack on N.H. public schools

Jimmy Kilpatrick, a national recognized professional special education advocate since 1994.

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