Program to explore school-funding options

The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy will present “Education Funding and the Constitution,” a series of discussions January 10 in Concord.

With support from The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the program will explore compliance with the particulars of the state Supreme Court’s decisions on education funding and as well as a wide range of constitutional amendments that are expectec to be a significant focus of public policy over the next year.

Among the speakers will be former Justice Charles G. Douglas, attorney Martin Gross, Franklin Pierce Law Center Professor Richard Hesse, attorney Scott Johnson, attorney Edward Mosca, former House Speaker Donna Sytek and attorney Eugene Van Loan.

The program will be presented from 8:30 to 11 a.m. at The Capital Center for the Arts in Concord.

For more information, visit or call 224-4450.

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