Nevada's universities appear to be seeking warm bodies, rather than bright minds.
Research proves that the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program increased student achievement.
Extending unemployment benefits helps lawmakers politically, but prolongs joblessness.
Fewer than half of Nevada's students graduate high school.
Nevada's public education system harms low-income and minority students.
Virtual Schools will — and already have begun to — transform Nevada's education system. In the near future, virtual schools will improve student achievement and save taxpayer dollars.
Some in the ivory tower want to run your life.
You can't improve education just by winning federal dollars.
Which industry in Nevada terminates less than one percent of its employees for poor performance, incompetence or criminal behavior? If you said “Public Education,” give yourself a gold star.