Scholarships

May 25th GrokTALK! Guest Segment – Kate Baker

by Steve MacDonald May 26, 2013

In this segment of GrokTALK! we are joined by Kate Baker,  the Executive Director at The Network for Educational Opportunity, to talk about New Hampshire’s Education scholarship Program, parent and student rights, and value of education choice. Listen Here http://granitegrok.com/GrokTalk/By-Snippets/05-25-2013%20Segment%20One.mp3 Download this segment here You can get links to other segments or listen to the complete […]

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State Senate Committee Votes to End NH Democrat Efforts at Repealing Education Equality

by Steve MacDonald April 9, 2013

From Facebook: Senator Andy Sanborn reports fabulous news!! –> the Senate Health, Education, and Human Services Committee voted to kill HB370, so that’s a win for parents and school choice!!! The Senate will still have to vote on the recommendation to kill the repeal effort but this is a very positive signal.   And I I get to […]

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New Hampshire Democrats Want Their JackBoot Back on The Necks of Poor Kids

by Steve MacDonald February 1, 2013

Back in April of 2012 we reported on how 71% of New Hampshire’s public schools failed to meet their adequate yearly progress in math and reading.  (Not very ‘progressive’ of them.)  We later debated the potential benefits to local New Hampshire school districts who could ‘potentially’ collect a tax windfall per student with the program–more […]

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Democrat Education Plans Repeat Previous Failures

by Don October 4, 2012

The debates between Maggie Hassan, Democrat, and Ovide Lamontaigne, Republican, remind me that the success of our children is at stake in this election.  Democrat allegiance to Unions and the Educational Establishment lock children into failing public schools.      Today’s Democrat solution to educational problems has been providing increasingly poorer results for decades, just spend […]

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A Brief And Incomplete Veto Override Round Up [Correction]

by Steve MacDonald June 28, 2012

The fate of Obama-Care and the Holder Contempt vote , and all the discussion and speculation that follows, will probably wash out everything else today.  Before that happens I want to take a few minutes to comment briefly on yesterday’s veto overrides. I have written at great length on all these subjects and you can […]

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