Of all the policy options available, there’s one that stands out above all others in its potential to help the state realize profound gains in student achievement. What Nevada needs, ultimately, is school choice.
Reading Rainbow has more to teach than a love of books. It has proven itself to be a prime example of the power of free markets.
Resources mean little if you don't know how to use them.
NPRI President Andy Matthews suggests five books you should consider reading this summer.
The real problem with health care, which Obamacare does nothing to address, is that consumers are barely involved in the health insurance equation. Somebody else — the government or, through what is essentially government subsidization, an employer — is paying. And because consumers are so far removed from the actual costs of health care, those competitive dynamics that push costs down in other markets are missing.
Many families are gearing up for summer vacations, but for many Nevada teachers, summer break will be the start of a permanent vacation — from the teacher union.
“Reading Rainbow” is much more than a children’s literacy program. It’s proof that success can be found in the free market.
On May 2, a judge with the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the Culinary Union engaged in unfair labor practices and ordered the union “to cease and desist.”
In most ways, Texas is a model state, and one that more states — including Nevada — should emulate. Except in one way.