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Carsey School of Public Policy

The Concord Monitor reports on the state's Commission to Study School Funding and its collaboration with the Carsey School of Public Policy in an effort to reform how New Hampshire pays for public schooling. Laura Kiernan reports on Carsey's work with Washington, D.C.-based American Institutes for...

Recent Stories

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    Ken Johnson, senior demographer at the Carsey School, was recently interviewed by The Daily Mail  regarding the diminishing U.S. birth rate. "Survey data already suggest women are...
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    Five states (Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia) have added almost six million domestic migrants since 2000. While that may sound like a lot, according to...
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    According to a July 17-published report by the Carsey School of Public Policy, the hardest hit sector nationally, and in every state, has been leisure and hospitality, in which...
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    Kristine Bundschuh, researcher at the Carsey school, recently joined NHPR's Morning Edition Host Rick Ganley to discuss her research on migration patterns to New Hampshire. She co...
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    After participating in a book discussion led by NH Listens, a group of public school teachers are working to broaden history lessons. Kyra Dulmage is part of a fifth-grade team...
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    According to Carsey School Senior Demographer Ken Johnson, "Americans should expect more discussions about race in rural regions" as nonwhite populations continue to grow there...
  • The New Hampshire Listens Team
    - With COVID-19 Quarantine, Going Online Brings New Opportunities for NH Listens
    The New Hampshire Listens team. From top left clockwise, Bruce Mallory, co-founder and senior advisor; Carrie Portrie, program manager; Michele Holt-Shannon, co-founder and... Read More
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    Twenty-five school districts and the state School Boards Association have joined forces in the latest education financing lawsuit and asked the state Supreme Court to set a...
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    Twenty-five school districts and the state School Boards Association have joined forces in the latest education financing lawsuit and asked the state Supreme Court to set a...