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Vital Signs: Economic and Social Indicators in New Hampshire
Chapter 14: Education

EducationData for New Hampshire education track fall enrollments to public and private schools, the number of graduates from New Hampshire public schools and public academies, and average SAT scores in reading, writing and mathematics. School district expenditures and revenues are tracked, including cost per pupil, average teacher salaries and revenue sources from state, federal, and local and other sources. Fall enrollments to postsecondary institutions, the number of degrees conferred, the level of degree, and selected concentrations of study are also tracked.

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