(Hour 1b) Rich talked about revisions to Senate Bill 193, which is the Education Savings Account bill. He spoke about Union opposition, before telling the listeners about Manchester School Board member Barbara Shaw’s stance on the bill. He and frequent show listener John Sartorelli then discussed the educational benefits of homeschooling, changes to the bill in order to pass it, and more. Tune in to get all of the details!
About The Author
Richard H. Girard is a well known and highly respected conservative public figure and opinion maker in southern New Hampshire. A native of Manchester, Rich has devoted three decades to serving and educating the community about the critical issues in local politics and government. Rich has been elected as an alderman at-Large, school committeeman at-Large and a charter commissioner and served as a mayor's aide. He hosted the Girard at Large in the Morning radio show for over six years and is in 15th year as a weekly TV show host on community television. He has published this blog since 2011. Rich has served on non-profit boards and has worked for the past 20 years in personal finance.
Ignorance in Education and Job Training for Children
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Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the Pay to Play Scandal
October 17, 2016
Examining the NH AG’s Report on Fernando Ornelas
April 10, 2014
The Opioid Crisis and Manchester’s War on Drugs
October 25, 2016