STATE’S BASE FUNDING PER STUDENT IN THESE DISTRICTS IS FALLING SHORT OF WHAT’S NEEDED. THE COMPLAINT WAS FILED ON BEHALF OF FOUR SCHOOL DISTRICTS BACK IN MARCH… CONTOOCOOK VALLEY, WINCHESTER, MASCENIC AND MONADNOCK STATING THE EDUCATION FUNDING THEY RECEIVE FROM THE STATE ISN’T ENOUGH TO PROVIDE AN ADEQUATE EDUCATION. <CLIP 241 17:59-18:10 THE COMPLAINT HAD A NUMBER OF $9,929 WHICH IS ALMOST THREE TIMES WHAT THE STATE IS PROVIDING IN BASE ADEQUACY AT ROUGHLY 36-HUNDRED> STATE LAWMAKERS SET THAT BASE COST IN 2015. THE COURT IS NOW SCRUTINIZING HOW THE LEGISLATURE ARRIVED AT IT’S FIGURE. <CLIP 241 18:30-18:43 IT DOESN’T PROVIDE FUNDING FOR TRANSPORTATION, FOR FACILITIES OPERATIONS COSTS AND FUNDING FOR TEACHERS BASED ON AN ACTUAL STUDENT TEACHER RATIO> WMUR POLITICAL REPORTER JOHN DISTASO SAYS

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