Terminates New Hampshire’s participation in the Common Core educational standards.

Establishes a tax credit for businesses that contribute to a scholarship fund for students who wish to attend private, parochial, or home schools.

Repeals the education tax credit program, in which businesses receive tax breaks for contributing to a scholarship fund for low income students that wish to attend private school.

Exempts parents from the education property tax if their children are not enrolled in public school.

Revises the New Hampshire bully law to include a clearer definition of bullying and cyber-bulling.

Requires the state board of education to report on the fiscal impact of implementing the Common Core Standards, and prohibits the board from implementing Common Core until the board performs a fiscal analysis and conducts a public hearing in each Executive Council district.

Establishes a committee to study whether the Department of Education is operating within the law.

Delays the implementation of Common Core for two years, and requires a legislative committee to study the feasibility of implementing Common Core.

Establishes a committee to study Common Core.

Amends the calculation and distribution of adequate education grants, repealing fiscal capacity disparity aid, and providing stabilization grants to certain municipalities. Starting in 2014 no community would get a school aid increase of more than 5.5% per year. This bill also eliminates a requirement for property-rich communities to help poorer communities with their education costs.

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