Nevada is the world’s premier gaming destination. But that’s no reason to allow anyone to game our system of public education. Yet Nevada’s Education Savings Account (ESA) voucher program could
On Jan. 11, 2016, Judge James Wilson of the First Judicial District Court in Carson City, NV granted a preliminary injunction halting implementation of ESA vouchers. On July 8, 2016,
Proponents of ESA vouchers say this program will improve education outcomes by allowing some children to attend private school. They also say vouchers have no harmful effect on the students.
ESA voucher proponents claim Nevada households, especially those in the lower income brackets, will be able to afford private school with this controversial program. Educate Nevada Now evaluated these claims
Those who support ESA vouchers like to believe that Nevada’s public schools will benefit from them. They couldn’t be more wrong. Here are five reasons why this program will hurt,
On Tuesday, November 25, 2015, In court papers filed, parents suing to block Nevada’s voucher law responded to the Attorney General and his backing of the State’s sweeping voucher program
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