Category: Nevada

Cursive May Make a Comeback in Nevada Classrooms

Many Nevada schools still teach cursive, but Senate Bill 86 codifies the option for school district leaders to implement the curriculum for elementary students. Sen. Don Gustavson, R-Sparks, said his bill puts the option of cursive curriculum into the statute to encourage more districts to use it.

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NV Teachers Union, Allies Use Town Hall to Drum Up Opposition to ESAs

The Nevada State Education Association, which strongly opposes a controversial plan to resurrect Education Savings Accounts in Nevada, organized the town-hall event. Christopher and Sarah Lubienski, who authored “The Public School Advantage: Why Public Schools Outperform Private Schools,” kicked off the event by describing their research.

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