1. Revising The Nevada Plan
2. Increasing education funding
3. Diversifying the teacher pipeline
4. Increasing student and school safety
5. Encouraging family involvement
6. Ensuring accountability
Nevada ranks near the bottom in the nation for funding K-12 education and was given a D- for its education funding by the QUALITY COUNTS REPORT. Per-pupil funding in Nevada has remained flat for the last ten years, when accounting for inflation, even while faced with rising costs, unfunded mandates and demands for increased students achievement. It's time to take this fight to court.
HOPE in our school communities
Honoring Our Public Education is for all of Nevada's students
We want to come to a school near you! HOPE has worked diligently with Clark County School District to receive approval to be on any school campus — and in the last few years we've been honored to be welcomed into more than 65 schools — with many more to go. But our work of reaching out isn't just confined to just Clark County; we're all about meeting you and bringing HOPE to schools throughout the entire state.
Please email email@example.com via your SOT, school's parent group, or administration and set up a day/time when we can introduce ourselves — or say hello again! — and share HOPE with your school community.
On a local level, how's everything going with your School Organization Team? As the CCSD reorganization (aka Clark County Schools Achieve) settles into its second year, we're interested to learn how your SOTs are working. Tell us your story. Send us an email and fill us in at firstname.lastname@example.org.