Equity Education Bills Update
With the end of Nevada’s 79th Legislative Session behind us, let’s quickly assess how the session impacted Nevada’s families and educators.
Press Release: ENN Thanks Legislators For Prioritizing Public Schools And Standing Strong Against Vouchers
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
Voucher hearing proves SB506 is the wrong move for Nevada students
This past Monday, on the heels of the end of session the Assembly Committee on Means and Ways and the Senate Committee on Finance held a joint hearing on SB506
Emergency: SB506 Voucher Hearing Tonight!
After lot’s of waiting and wondering, we finally got confirmation of a hearing on the Voucher Bill SB506 – and it’s tonight! Yes, we know it’s Memorial Day and it’s
Prioritized Weighted Funding Formula SB178 One Step Closer To Reality
On Wednesday, May 17 both the Senate and Assembly Education Committees voted in favor of prioritizing our neediest students and providing them and their teachers with extra resources to improve
Today, Nevada Senate and Assembly Committees Discuss SB 178, to Revamp Outdated School Funding Formula
Today is an exciting day for Nevada as the both the Senate and Assembly Education Committees hold a joint meeting to discuss revamping the antiquated education funding formula in favor
Senate Education Committee Hearing On ZOOM Schools Today
Today at 3:30 p.m. there is a Senate Education Committee hearing on SB 390, which deals with the expansion of ZOOM schools in Nevada. Please consider going to Grant Sawyer
SB 390 Let’s expand ZOOM school opportunities for more students who need it
Tuesday, April 11th there is a scheduled hearing with the Education Committee to begin at 3:30 p.m. on various topics including ZOOM schools, we encourage people to tune in, testify
New Voucher Bill, What’s The Difference?
Last week the Governor’s office introduced SB 506 a bill that would follow through on the Nevada ESA/Voucher program, right after Senator Majority Leader Aaron Ford declared Senator Scott Hammond’s