Last year, Nevada adopted the nation’s first Universal Education Savings Account Program. Now, the program is under attack.
Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) place state dollars designated for a child’s education into a personal account that parents can manage to cover the cost of customized learning, including private school tuition, online education, tutoring and dual enrollment. These special accounts offer an entirely flexible approach to education, where the ultimate goal is maximizing each child’s natural learning abilities.
However, the lawsuits against Nevada’s program and the recent judge’s injunction are hurting Nevada families and the 4,100 children who are counting on ESAs for their education.
Check out this new video by The Seventy Four to see what ESAs mean for families on both sides of the issue.
Join ExcelinEd and our partners at DropTheSuitNV.org to help ensure Nevada parents can choose the best education for their children.