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Croydon Citizens for Reasonable and Fair Taxes did a great piece on this subject.
Did you know that “the state received $39 million in regular educational funding, $31 million in stimulus Title I funds and $51 million for special ed and 3 to 5 year old program, $3.2 million in educational technology, etc., etc.
To top it [...]
In their year end pledge drive for funding, EdWatch.org has included information on the new curriculum program they are working on to help people understand some of the false information being taught to students in public schools.
Some of the modules are completed and available on their new web site for that purpose: CMODS
Concord—Republican leaders in the New Hampshire House of Representatives have wasted little time in responding to Monday’s partisan decision to ban firearms from the State House, the Legislative Office Building, or the Upham Walker House.
“When the Democrats took control three years ago, they boasted of returning transparency to state government,” said House Republican Leader [...]