NH school funding: Between a rock and a hard place

WARREN—“Taxpayers and students around the state are not treated equitably,” said attorney John Tobin. “What happens in Moultonborough or Portsmouth is vastly different from what happens in Warren or Manchester or Nashua or Hopkinton or Allenstown or Franklin or Keene or Concord.”. Tobin serves on the board of directors of the NH School Funding Fairness Project. Representatives of NHSFFP gave an hour-long presentation at the invitation of local school officials before a full house at Warren Town Hall on March 9.