Parents know their children better than any politician or school district ever could. That’s why Nevada Policy fights to empower parents with the freedom to choose the educational options that best suits their children’s unique needs.
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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Achieving real change in education requires an army of parents, students and citizens pushing for reform. Visit SchoolChoiceNV.com to join the fight and organize with other Nevadans for real educational choice.
Splitting Up CCSD Won't Address District's Problems
There is no doubt that a lack of accountability plagues large school districts. That includes the Clark County School District, which has around 300,000 students. But if voters approve the…
ACT Scores: Nevada is the Worst of the Worst
Nevada’s American College Test scores are the worst in the nation. Nevada students not only earned the lowest ACT composite score (17.3) among U.S. states in 2022, a drop of…
Merit Pay for Teachers Benefits Educators, Students
It is long past time for Nevada, beset by an acute shortage of teachers, to embrace merit pay as a means to retain and reward its best educators. Teachers are…
At the capital: School choice gets its day at the Legislature
One of the most exciting reforms on the agenda at the Legislature is school choice. Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 18 at 3:15 p.m., the Assembly Education Committee will hear AB165.One of the most exciting reforms on the agenda at the Legislature is school choice. Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 18 at 3:15 p.m., the Assembly Education Committee will hear AB165.
At the capital: A two-faced bill on school construction
Today, February 4, the Senate Committee on Government Affairs will hold a hearing on SB 119, introduced by Sens. Ben Kieckhefer and Becky Harris.
Solution of the Week: Online learning
Online educational platforms have the potential to drastically alter traditional education paradigms by allowing students to engage in a highly personalized course of instruction and to work at their own pace. Online platforms also improve students’ access to the world’s most talented educators, regardless of their place of residence.
Solution of the Week: School Choice
In the realm of education — arguably the most significant area of an individual’s life — most Nevadans have been deprived of choice. Instead, they have been forced into a state-run monopoly.