Yesterday the White House announced the end to the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program that allows young undocumented immigrants who were brought here as small children to remain
Approximately $60 million — that’s the budget deficit the Clark County School District recently announced it is facing this fiscal year. CCSD is not alone. Washoe County School District
As we begin to celebrate our nation’s Independence, it’s an important time to reflect on what a wonderful country this is and how lucky we are to be educated here.
This legislative session taught us that the people of Nevada continue to be passionate about education. We learned that most of Nevada’s legislators of both parties, and their constituents, want
With the end of Nevada’s 79th Legislative Session behind us, let’s quickly assess how the session impacted Nevada’s families and educators.
This story originally appeared in the Las Vegas Review-Journal on June 6, 2017. You can read it here. CARSON CITY — The battle may have been lost on Education
This story first appeared in The Nevada Independent on June 6, 2017. Read the original version here. Una coalición integrada por diversos grupos progresistas realizó una conferencia de prensa la
This story originally aired in The 74 on June 6, 2017, you can read it here. What promised to be the largest expansion of school choice for any state
Educate Nevada Now, powered by the Rogers Foundation, would like to publically thank all the senators and assembly members who stood strong against vouchers and also pushed for other successful