Since 1991, Nevada Policy has fought for the right of every student in Nevada to have access to a quality education that helps prepare them for a fulfilling future. We believe such a basic right is the foundation for a truly prosperous and free Nevada.
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Up to 70 percent of Nevada parents believe in some form of educational choice program, such as Education Savings Accounts and Opportunity Tax Scholarships — and yet, Nevada lawmakers continue to drag their heels when it comes to making sure these important reforms are funded and available to Nevada families. Visit SchoolChoiceNV.com to learn more about what is possible for students in the Silver State, and to get organized for real educational choice.
Digital learning offers schools a chance to multiply the impact of their best teachers, personalize the education experience for each student and do both while spending less. About 1.5 million students around the country are currently enrolled in a digital learning program and that number is growing rapidly both in Nevada and nationwide.
How did your lawmaker score? NPRI's report card has the answer. Along with a comprehensive recap of the legislative session, this study contains a score of each legislator's voting record. This score is an objective measure to compare how favorable a lawmaker was to economic freedom and education reform.
NRS 288, Nevada's mandatory collective bargaining statute, is a law against student learning.
Changing Nevada's budgeting process to a performance-based approach would maintain or increase levels of government service while saving the state more than $3 billion.