Educate Nevada Now, powered by The Rogers Foundation, is a non-partisan education policy organization that works to ensure that all children have access to fair, equitable, and quality educational opportunities, no matter where they live or their circumstances. The time is NOW for all of us to come together to ensure Nevada students have the tools and resources necessary to achieve their goals. Through thoughtful policy development, community and media outreach, litigation support, and critical research and analysis ENN advocates for the following:
- Funding Reform – Turn the tide of years of chronic underfunding of Nevada’s public schools.
- Targeting Resources – Ensure schools and teachers have the resources to meet the unique needs of students who are at-risk, English language learners, gifted and talented, and students with disabilities or other special needs.
- Improving Nevada – Work with education stakeholders and parents to pull Nevada out of its last place national ranking in education.
- Promoting Equity – Support equitable funding so that children in both rural and urban schools are fully supported and are able to meet expectations of the state’s performance standards.
Educate Nevada Now and The Rogers Foundation are enlisting the support of all Nevadans to ensure our State meets its constitutional obligation to children.
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The Rogers Foundation, a Nevada leader in education reform, and local and national partners, launched Educate Nevada Now (ENN) in 2015. The coalition came together to push for school finance reform and improved educational opportunities and outcomes for Nevada public school children, especially those students who are at-risk, English language learners, gifted and talented, and students with disabilities or other special needs.
Lopez v. Schwartz
Equity in School Funding
ENN will continue tracking the progress of education initiatives and working with lawmakers, education leadership, community groups and the public to advocate for additional funds to support all students throughout Nevada and provide them with an equitable education.