Nevada Parents Confident Court Will Block Unconstitutional Voucher Law Las Vegas, NV – In court papers filed today, parents suing to block Nevada’s voucher law responded to the Attorney General
New Mexico parents challenged the state’s Instructional Material Law (IML), which gave the New Mexico Public Education Department the authority to lend approved textbooks and other educational media to any
On November 12, 2015, the New Mexico Supreme Court decided Moses v. Skandera and took a definitive stand against the diversion of public school funds for use in private schools.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has asked a Carson City judge to dismiss a second lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state’s new education savings accounts, widely considered to be
Most ESA Applicants Are From High Family Income Zip Codes In response to the column in the Las Vegas Review Journal on November 1, 2015, ESA income disparity is not
ZIP Code Data Highlights Voucher Applicants From Mostly Affluent Areas Las Vegas, NV – Data on preliminary applications submitted to the State Treasurer for education savings accounts (ESA) through Nevada’s
Parents File to Block Unconstitutional Voucher Law Las Vegas, NV – Six parents who are suing the State of Nevada over the new voucher law Senate Bill 302 (SB302) filed
Vouchers Violate Nevada Constitutional Ban on Diverting Public School Funding to Private Schools Las Vegas, NV – Today, five parents whose children attend Nevada public schools filed a lawsuit challenging