New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office
Croyden School District in New Hampshire has just 37 students in grades 5-12 and no middle or high school for them to attend. As a result, it allows parents to choose schools in other districts, including private schools. The State’s Attorney General Office has now sued to stop Croyden from sending five students to a Montessori private school.
In response, Croyden raised $20,000 to defend the district’s school choice policy.
Interestingly, the five students attending private schools are also helping to save about $19,000 for Croyden taxpayers, as their school is actually cheaper than neighboring public schools.