ENN submits testimony on SB 390, in support of the expansion of the successful ZOOM school program as a way to ensure an equitable education for our most vulnerable students - those in low-income neighborhoods and in one- and two-star schools.
ENN submits testimony on Assembly Bill 447, supporting the extension and expansion of the Victory school program. The program targets low-income, one/two star schools with meaningful levels of additional funds to support evidenced-based, proven methods of increasing student achievement.
ENN submits testimony supporting AB 186, funding to improve access to Pre-K, given access to quality early education provides English Language Learners and at-risk students a greater opportunity to succeed.
ENN submits testimony before the Senate Committee on Education in support of SB 178, a bill designed to implement weighted funding for certain student groups. ENN also requests amendments to ensure school funding is based on the resources necessary for all students to achieve.
ENN suggests amendments to SB 178, a bill designed to implement weighted funding, including for example, developing a task force to recommend ways to develop a funding formula that meets the needs of all Nevada students.
ENN testimony to the Senate Finance Committee challenging the 13% cap on funding for special education students due to abysmal and inadequate funding this student population receives.
On July 28, 2016, ENN testified before the committee expressing concern over the State Superintendent's funding weights for special education students.
On July 21, 2016, ENN testified before the State Board of Education expressing concern over proposed special education funding weights and the process used to create the weights.