NH School Funding Senior
Residents–Focus Groups
Dear Colleagues and Senior NH Residents 65 Years and Older,

We are writing on behalf of the Commission to seek senior residents’ input from across the state about public school funding via two online focus groups using Zoom video and telephone conferencing.
The Commission to Study School Funding (established by the NH General Court last fall) began work this past winter. The Commission has asked the Carsey School of Public Policy and its public engagement program NH Listens to support its research, policy analysis, and engagement goals.

These discussions about school funding will take 60–90 minutes and will help inform the Commission as it shapes it recommendations in the coming months. Please note: We prefer this invitation remain for people living in NH who are 65 and older, especially residents who own property in the state. People who are interested can choose their preferred time.
Oct. 6, 8 – 9:30 a.m., Register Here
Oct. 6, 4 – 5:30 p.m., Register Here
After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you have any questions about participation, email Carrie.Portrie@unh.edu or call 603-862-3864.

You can also visit the Commission to Study School Funding Calendar to learn more and/or to attend upcoming meetings and public commenting sessions.
Very Best,
Carrie Portrie

New Hampshire Listens Program Manager
Ph.D. in Education: Children and Youth in Communities
On Behalf of the Public Engagement Workgroup for the Commission to Study School Funding
New Hampshire Listens is A Civic Engagement Initiative at the University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy.
Learn more at www.nhlistens.org.
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