Danielle Curtis: In education, money counts: NH’s top schools often have the lowest amounts of poverty
“When you’re in a budget debate, the first statement is always, ‘Schools don’t get better by throwing money at them,’ ” said Bill Duncan, of Advancing New Hampshire Public Education. “But they do, actually, they really do.”'
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