WILL NEW EDUCATION FUNDING FORMULA BILL FOLLOW APA RECOMMENDATIONS?
We are already several weeks into our 80th legislative session and are still awaiting the release of a school funding formula bill. We are expecting one to be introduced any day
Education overhaul Nevada needs requires revenue Nevada doesn’t have
By: April Corbin What Nevada’s education system needs the most, it won’t be getting this legislative cycle. What advocates have long wanted most is to see significant increases in funding.
Education advocates ‘frustrated’ by record rainy day fund
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Just days before Governor Brian Sandoval leaves office he sent a message touting the growth of Nevada’s rainy day fund from zero when he took office
Clark County joins Nevada school districts in push for funding
By: Amelia Pak Harvey The Clark County School District joined four other Nevada school districts Thursday in a fight for more education funding in the Silver State. The School Board
How vouchers and ESAs are fairing and failing in other states ESA vouchers continue to be a hot topic throughout the entire nation, not just in Nevada. As the
Where the education bills stand
A quick update on the education bills we’ve been monitoring On the heels of the holiday weekend, our legislators were up in Carson City working hard to meet deadline
Support our students in 1- and 2-Star Schools
We’ve all seen the image of the kids who can’t see over a fence and are provided a box to stand on. The box is still not enough of a
A Valuable Education Begins With Preschool
There are few investments with greater returns for our children, families, communities, and our state’s economy than high quality early education. With the 2017 Legislative Session fast approaching, lawmakers must