Yet another study finds there is little to no correlation between spending and student achievement. The question isn’t why hasn’t Nevada dramatically increased education spending, but why is no one being held accountable for Nevada’s dramatic increase in education spending while education outcomes have decreased?
Even by lax accounting standards, PERS' unfunded liability stands at $12.9 billion, with a funding level of under 70 percent. Based on its investment return over the past five years, the likelihood that PERS will be fully funded in 2033 is more than 1 in 12 quintillion.
Nevada taxpayers are on the hook for an unfunded liability of over $40 billion.
Taxpayers lose big during 2013 Legislative Session.
Repeated government interventions have prolonged Nevada’s housing slump.
CCSD officials tried to keep agreement secret before vote at Thursday’s board meeting.
District officials' narrative sets stage for another campaign to increase your taxes.
What is one thing that NPRI, the ACLU, Nevada Press Association, liberal columnist Steve Sebelius, and the Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial board all agree on?
Union restrictions make it difficult for unhappy members to opt out.
NPRI’s upcoming luncheon celebrates Friedman's legacy and vision for school choice.