Nevada needs education reform, but you don’t have to take our word for it

Patrick Gibbons

Whitney Tilson from Democrats for Education Reform has produced a 240-page presentation outlining the problems with public education and some sensible solutions to improve quality and help students achieve.

So what’s going on?

1) We spend a lot of money.
2) We don’t get a good return on our education investment.
3) Education results have stagnated for decades.
4) We are falling further behind our global competitors.
5) Our racial achievement gap is widening.
6) Public education is unaccountable, inflexible and uncompetitive.
7) Wealthy, entrenched special interests defend the status quo out of self-interest and self-preservation, not to help the children.

Read “A Right Denied: The Critical Need for Genuine School Reform.”