HOPE, community coalition launch Fund Our Future Nevada campaign

Updated: Feb 21, 2018

Last week, HOPE for Nevada, in partnership with Educate Nevada Now, along with parents, educators, students and education advocates launched the statewide Fund Our Future Nevada campaign and coalition at Tomiyasu Elementary School to make the case for appropriate funds for Nevada K-12 schools.

The group formed out of a combined interest in educating the community about the need for increased funds for schools and awareness of tax laws made in the name of education that have not provided education increases as advertised.

To view our platform, please click here or go on our website www.FundOurFutureNV.com

You can also sign our pledge in support of increased K-12 funds.

This kick-off was just the beginning as we are adding more partners who support this initiative and want to see our students have the resources they need to increase their academic achievement.

If you’re interested in partnering with us or would like to have us speak with your group or organization to discuss K-12 funding, please reach out to us. You can watch our Facebook Live video of the campaign launch here. Or, click below to read coverage on our announcement.

Fund Our Future Campaign Highlights Nevada’s Education Woes

Las Vegas Review-Journal, Feb. 13, 2018

Statewide Coalition Plans to Bolster Support for K-12 Funding Fixes

The Nevada Independent, Feb. 14, 2018

The K-12 Conundrum: Ideas Emerge About How to Better Fund Schools But Consensus Remains Elusive

The Nevada Independent, Feb. 18, 2018

We look forward to working with our community partners and working to advocate on behalf of our students and educators. Please follow us on social media and look for the #FundOurFutureNV #FullyFundedFirst and #FOFNV to join the conversation.

The time is now to Fund Our Future Nevada!

Photo caption: Former First Lady of Nevada Sandy Miller, at podium, discusses problems with the Nevada Plan that funds all K-12 schools. Photo credit: John Shea

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