yes. every k⁠i⁠d. responds ⁠t⁠o Gov. Sununu’s S⁠t⁠a⁠t⁠e of ⁠t⁠he S⁠t⁠a⁠t⁠e address

February 16, 2024

February 16, 2024

(CONCORD, NH.) – Yesterday, Gov. Chris Sununu delivered his State of the State address, during which he discussed the need to expand the eligibility for Education Freedom Accounts, empowering more families to benefit from the program. He called for the passage of HB 1665, which would expand eligibility from 300% of the federal poverty guideline to 500%.

The governor also highlighted New Hampshire’s Learn Everywhere program, which allows students to earn credit outside the classroom, building a bridge between the classroom and the real world for students.

“Gov. Sununu has been a steadfast champion for New Hampshire families and students,” said Andrew Yates, government affairs director, yes. every kid. “The governor recognizes that education is not a one-size-fits-all model and that families should be empowered to choose the educational path that best fits their needs. Expanding eligibility for Education Freedom Accounts will allow even more students to access an individualized learning experience. We look forward to continuing to work with the governor to ensure that every kid in New Hampshire has access to an education that works for them, whether that’s public, private, homeschool, or a combination of those.”