Alan Schaeffer (same name as Cato staffer but different person) is probably the single staff for this organization but he was here advising the SB 67 committee on how to write the Education Tax Credit bill.
And, as this web page indicates, he says he's set up an office in New Hampshire. (You go up the steep stairs to a little landing on which face the "Spank Alley Skate and Board Shop, the Read Dual Gym, a PR firm and, at Mr. Schaeffer's address, an office shared by the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers and something called "Grassroots Training Central.")
As the organization's mission statement makes clear, it's all about leaving public schools behind.
From the Network for Educational Opportunity:
We believe parents are the natural and rightful representatives and governors of their children’s preparation for life. They possess a sovereignty that is both a right and a responsibility and outweighs any claim a government may make to the lives of children.From The Alliance for the Separation of School and State: