The well-deserved national praise for SB302, which created the nation’s best school choice program, has overshadowed the second school-choice program that lawmakers created during the 2015 Legislative Session.
As part of his original education agenda, Gov. Brian Sandoval proposed AB165, the Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship Program, which gives firms tax credits for funding scholarships.
Are you better off than your parents were?
If you’re like most adult Americans, you likely answered “yes.”
But do you expect your children will be better off than you are?
If you answer “yes” to that question, you’re part of a rapidly shrinking minority.
LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Policy Research Institute named Sharon Rossie as its new president today, after immediate past president Andy Matthews stepped down from his position to run for United States Congress.
For much of last year, most Nevada business owners and great numbers of employees expressed real concern over the margin tax proposal looming over the state.
LAS VEGAS — The State of Nevada has put its weight behind the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s lawsuit on behalf of Victor Fuentes and his church, Ministerio Roca Solida (Solid Rock Church), Attorney General Adam Laxalt announced in a press conference Monday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Nevada Policy Research Institute’s lawsuit on behalf of Victor Fuentes is gaining national attention, with two nonprofits jointly filing an amicus brief with the Supreme Court of the United States this week.
Nevada’s 2015 legislative session was dubbed “the education session” by some people, and there were major changes in our K-12 system. Yet, despite much talk about Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposals, the most significant reform was not one he proposed.
Editor's note: The Treasurer's office released the following initial guidelines on the state's new Education Savings Accounts (ESA) program. The guidelines offer the first glimpse at eligibility requirements for current private and homeschooled students. The Nevada Policy Research Institute will continue to help parents and schools understand ESAs and answer any questions they have.