Despite small improvements, Nevada's failing K-12 education system will continue to harm students.
An NPRI study on collective bargaining shows how NRS 288 contributes to Nevada's educational woes.
Add Nevada's governor to the list of leaders seeking to imitate the educational success of the Sunshine State.
The 'meteor' of reform has arrived. Reality is forcing both Nevada's K-12 and higher education systems to adapt and change.
NRS 288, Nevada's mandatory collective bargaining statute, is a law against student learning.
Top officials in the Clark County School District have conducted large-impact, overtly political operations to ensure that maximum taxpayer dollars continue flowing into the district — regardless of the number of students it seriously fails.
An education study used to justify smaller class sizes was flawed from its start.
Without reform, spending more on Nevada's broken education system is a waste of money.
Education reforms, not more spending will close the achievement gap.